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There was a period a while back where comments were not forwarded (yours to myself included)to those of us that used that utility on blogger, to the best of my knowledge and so far as I can see that 'glitch' has been corrected.
I remember that incident, Rural. And I have been receiving comments through email -- including your comment. But, apparently, I haven't received them all. I'd be interested to know if others have had the same problem.
I still have the problem, Owen. Comments stopped coming to my email months ago, and I have never found a solution to the problem. The only way for me to know someone has rendered a comment is if I check my blogger dashboard under "Comments Awaiting Moderation."
.. odd .. Like many others would likely say, yours is a daily must read, plus comments... Often several revisits - reread to consider your essaying & to catch developing comments. Did not see anything obvious recently that would surprise or seem untoward..
That's where I found these comments, Lorne. I guess I'd better check Awaiting Moderation regularly. The new system still has bugs.
All of us on Blogger had this problem earlier, sal. I assumed it had something to do with new privacy laws in Europe. But this seems to be a software problem.
No need to apologize. Wasn't your fault, There was something weird going on at other blogs, I noticed. Suddenly where you tick goggle, they had an "ad" up suggesting you use them so you could change your comment later. Then there was a recaptch box to tick and if you did sometimes your comment was picked up and off it went, but if you used the "name" box and left your name, ticked the recapthca box, it would swerl around for hours. I actually left one swirling around for 2 hours, came back, clicked google and recaptch and off it went. Some times my comments didn't appear on other blogs and I suspected it had something to do with goggle and their new "ad". Things seem to have settled down on the other blogs I read regularly.
That's interesting, e.a.f. It makes you wonder if someone has hacked into the system.
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