I spent some time looking for and mousing over some answers in multi-answer questions, hoping to arrive at a "properties" tab that give me a link to the answer, which is mid to lower page, not the link to the question at the top. (Which is in the URL bar for may browser, and is easily C&P'd from the orange/brown test with the question in it.

The question link is: https://rpg.stackexchange.com/a/50954/4398

https://rpg.stackexchange.com/questions/50946/how-do-i-handle-large-conversations-with-multiple-npcs


I am trying to find the "a/50954/4398" bit of the link or properties for the answer itself, to make a better link for a response I have in draft.

How do I find the linkable attribute of the answers to a given question: the nice and easy light brown/orange text isn't there to right click over?

I am sure the answer will provide me with a "Doh!" moment, so I have doughnuts ready to mitigate any damage.

Note. on this rig, I use IE browser, but also use Chrome.

A neat feature is that the last /xxxx in the share URL is your own user ID. It's actually not necessary and can be removed from the URL, but if it appears in the URL posted off-site (say, on Twitter or a blog), then every incoming use of that URL containing your user ID counts toward the “broadcaster” type badges (Announcer, Booster, and Publicist).