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You beat us to the punch, Niall! Thanks for stopping by - we've added the widget.
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Hi Teresa - We're still aiming to have all blogs on the new codebase in late November 2008.
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Thanks for stopping by, Rider, and congratulations on being invited to Martha's blogging show! We're happy to have you blogging with us.
Toggle Commented Oct 1, 2008 on TypePad Bloggers on TV at Everything Typepad
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Welcome to TypePad, and thanks for your trackback to our Everything TypePad blog! Trackbacks are definitely acceptable. TrackBacks make it easy to share links between blogs. When I write about your blog, I can share a link to my post with your readers. It helps create and further conversations across the web. For question #2, I want to commend what you're doing so far - writing concise and informative posts with links and graphics, and giving your readers food-for-thought to respond to and discuss. Since you are getting some interesting comments, you could use them as inspiration for new posts, to further the discussion. And consider adding the Recent Comments module to your sidebar - in the TypePad application just click on Weblogs -> Design -> Select Content and look under Sidebar Modules.
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Hi Candis - Stop by the Six Apart booth in the conference center and we'll be happy to talk with you and give you some tips and inspiration for your blog. We look forward to seeing you in Vegas!
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Hey Jacob -- Thanks for your comment! We're working on bringing a few more seasonal themes to TypePad. The fall themes should be up in the coming weeks, we'll post here when we add them.
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Hi Joerg & Robin - for this first version of the beta blog, we're going to limit posting to 6A staffers, but we are working on better ways for the beta team to be able to interact with each other (more info when I have it!) For now, the best way to file a bug is still to open a help ticket.
Toggle Commented Aug 26, 2008 on Welcome to the Beta Blog! at The TypePad Beta Blog
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Just disabled the CAPTCHAs - thanks John!
Toggle Commented Aug 26, 2008 on Bringing back Search at The TypePad Beta Blog
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Hi Ralf, thanks for your suggestions! Currently you can set an option to let your commenters follow a conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for individual posts, but we have plans to expand commenting options soon. We're also looking in to offering printing options for your blog as well. We'll post to this blog with updates as we have them!
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Hi Charles - Ray from the Mobile team let me know that this issue was solved in the 1.0.1 version. You'll need to Refresh your blog settings (on the Settings tab in TypePad on the device) in order for this to be corrected. Hope that helps!
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Hi Yunzhou - All Movable Type users (including MTE users) can simply download the plugin from this page: http://antispam.typepad.com/info/get-started.html You'll install the plugin, get an API key (also on the linked page) and enter your API key to enable free spam blocking with no limits on the number of comments you can get. As an MT Enterprise customer, you can contact your6A rep with any of these kinds of questions, and our services team would be happy to help install the plugin.
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SherylR - One of our team members looked into this and it should be fixed now. In the future, if you ever do see something not working quite right, please reach out to our Support team (http://support.typepad.com/) by opening a Help ticket. They're there to help!
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Nollind - you are correct; once the migration is complete, we'll be opening up a bigger beta program where anyone can join to use the newest features first. I'm confident TypePad can fit your needs for simplicity, control and versatility. Ginevra from the TypePad team will email you to talk more in detail about the functionality you're looking for. Thanks for stopping by!
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Tracy - thanks for your nice words. The product team is considering building this, but it wouldn't roll out until perhaps early next year. It's great to know what features you're looking for so thank you for the suggestion!
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Fox - thanks for your kind words, and congratulations on your 7th blog! You've done some really cool customizations with the blogs you listed.
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Ole - as much as that phrase makes me a little queasy, we do eat our own dogfood! Ben's blog StupidFool.org is powered by TypePad, and he's constantly fixing and writing code. I'm working on getting an updated listing on the TypePad website of all the team members' blogs.
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JimF - the new compose screen is being served from the new architecture, and that's why when you see the new compose, that's how you know you're on the new architecture.
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Rich & Barbara - thanks for stopping in and sharing your requests! Most of what you mentioned is in the plans and will roll out after the migration is complete.
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lizriz - I'm sorry we missed you, but glad you got to see Mena's panel!
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Elke, we're sorry we missed you - BlogHer was a blast!
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Hi Leigh - I checked with our Mobile team and they let me know that they're in the process of working on the issue with photo quality. In the future, the "moved and scaled" images should not appear in lower quality than a regular photo. In order to enable the move & scale option, it was a short-term trade-off in quality, but also allowed for the image to auto-rotate as well.
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David - You're right, currently you can use the i.typepad.com web app to monitor comments and stats. The Mobile team is working on adding features to the native app, including post/comment management. Please let us know if there are any other features you'd like to see in the native app.
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Leslie - Thanks for your feedback. Re: categories, hitting the Refresh button in the Settings menu will bring categories back. We'll look into the second issue you described. Also, we are working on adding new features in the future and post/comment management is part of the most important ones.
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Hi Les - photo captions aren't part of the new Compose improvements, but they are something our product team does want to add in the future. Thanks for the suggestion!
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