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Um. . . Oh, Blogger???


For several days now, Blogger has not allowed me to type comments into the pop-up comment window on others' blogs.  Might anyone out there have any suggestions to fix the issue, please?  A cursory web search on Sunday did not yield information pertinent to this particular situation.  Grrrrr. . . 

-- Stokes 


Doug said…

Until they fix the problem.
Paul Liddle said…
Blggr wn't lt m wrt vwls!.
Rob Young said…
There're called 'features'. Both Microsoft and TMP have features so you aren't alone. Why, on trying to leave a comment here has the comments section come up as a separate window? Doesn't anywhere else. Why has Blogger at various times 'lost' the list of followers on my blog - about 3 times - though it always came back. Why did it, one day, lose every picture? Features.
One possible (but unlikely) answer for your feature is that your name has been lost to Google for that purpose and you may have to reinstate your id for that purpose. I have had sites where it asked my to sign in under facebook or google even though, as far as I knew, I was. Again, after a while it 'came back'.
But the final answer is I don't know.
daveb said…
If you have a script blocker you may need to enable all permissions on that page. Then try reloading. I find, for whatever reason, if the comment box isn't there and I reload the page it pops up.....eventually.
You may also want to be logged into google in another tab/window at the same time.
David said…
I have no answers but I have had exactly the same problem on occasion; it usually sorts itself out eventually (but eventually can be a fairly long time!). So I do sympathise...

All the best,

Neil said…
Ran into the same problem.
Logging into Google in another window as suggested seems to (temporarily) fix the problem. At least it worked a couple of times yesterday. Thank you!


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