Missing index request column order is pretty basic.
Instead, we’re gonna add these:
CREATE INDEX ix_spaces
ON dbo.Posts(ParentId, Score);
CREATE INDEX ix_tabs
ON dbo.Posts(Score, ParentId);
SQL Server is capable of using both intelligently. This is something I generally don’t like to do, but if you have queries which absolutely need differently-ordered index columns, it can make sense to do this. Just don’t expect SQL Server’s missing index DMV to tell you which order they should be in.