@DannyH (WMF): The current behavior of Talk:UmaCoisa doesn't look good. See the second reply (A.2) to the main message of this topic:
...and if there are a few more replies ([1, [2), the new indentation makes it confusing to identify that both "A.1.1" and "A.1.2" are replies to the same comment "A.1", because in the new model they do not have the same level of indentation. Also, I see no reason why "A.1.2" should be more indented than "A.1.1.1". This breaks the expectations we have from en:Wikipedia:Indentation:
- If you want to reply to a comment, but another editor has already done so, just position your own text beneath that other editor's reply, at the same indentation level
- Your response to a reply should be positioned below that reply, but above any later responses that were made to a different comment.