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March 27, 2007

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Hi FMF,

Since this is a non-controversial topic, I just wanted to tell you that I enjoy your site very much, but that I discern a small problem in the graphic layout of the responses and comments. When a person posts a response, you draw a line, and then the person's name appears under the line. Then comes the next response, and what happens is that it looks like Respondent 1 is the author of Comment 2, and that Respondent 2 is the author of Comment 3, and so on. This could be averted by making a small graphic adjustment, which I would encourage you to do!

Sincerely,
Frank

Frank --

I'll add it to my list of things to look at (a pretty long list) and I'm not sure what sort of flexibility I have with Typepad.

Actually, I've noticed that myself before.

Another thing that I've noticed is that the default setup seems to be to display a link to the commenters e-mail address if they didn't supply a url. In fact, that happened to Frank (above). Is there any way of fixing this or is it a limitation of TypePad? On WordPress it just doesn't link the commenters name unless there is a url.

Hey, at least people can leave comments on my site!!! ;-)

Touche. But... I only block blatant spammers -- such as yourself... ;)

Careful -- there's still 17 minutes left for me to vote against you in the Final Four. ;-)

Uh-oh. I need to learn to keep my big mouth shut!

In hindsight, perhaps I should have voted in this round!
:)

NCN

Nickel --

Did a little research on the email issue since it bothereed me too. I thought I had that set correctly. Turns out, I do. People can simply leave their email blank and still comment.

Now, if only Typepad let me tell them this on the comment form...

Still working on the other issue.

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