Good evening! The line still remains (as if there's a comment without any word, empty).
Dear moderators, please, correct!
Hi. That actually is the way that should be working. If subsequent comments were deleted, that would include those left by others. In specific situations (like a problematic translation or song), it could be a way for users to simply remove any kind of bad criticism. In other words, you can't delete other people's comments even if they were actually replying to you.
It's the same for all users, it happens even with Mods and Editors.
It's the comment, written by me. The text has been deleted successfully, but an empty line, containing only my nickname, still remains. Please, delete it too.
As Alma Barroca said, this is the way it's supposed to look. Even if you delete your comment, we'll still know there was one, and this will allow any reply to stay, even though the original comment was removed.
Thank you, actually, I'd prefer that it was deleted in normal way, whole, without leaving any traces.
No can do, sorry.
I'm sorry, the problem will be finally solved, when my comment disappears!
It was I who added 'Solved' here. It is not possible to fully delete your comment at the moment. Specially because someone else has already replied to it.
Why is it impossible? What if to merely make a notation for someone's answer "in reply to the deleted comment"?