OK, I have no problem assigning a custom theme to only show up on a single page/post which is what the plugin is built for.
As most of my posts have hundreds of comments, I have to turn on comment pagination, otherwise it looks horrible and takes forever to load.
The problem is that when I click on ‘comments page x’ the theme reverts back to the default website theme. I loose the setting of having the custom theme assigned to the post or page.
Is there by any chance a way for you to change the logic when assigning a custom theme to a post or page to also include the possibility that the post or page may have paginationed comments?
I have a custom theme assigned to ‘article-title’ which works, but when clicking page 2 of the comments I get the url above, and of course everything reverts back to the default theme.
I hope this explanation is clear as I am totally out of ideas on how to fix this.
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