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I experienced a similar issue. The tags worked the first time, and then the second time it didn’t work at all. Thanks for the update and hopefully this matter will be resolved shortly.

http://dodgersblog.mlblogs.com

I experienced a similar issue. The tags worked the first time, and then the second time it didn’t work at all. Thanks for the update and hopefully this matter will be resolved shortly.

http://dodgersblog.mlblogs.com

OK, for what it’s worth, gang, I just used three br tags in a row to make that space between paragraphs in my comment right above this one. Two of them should make correct space. Except the last time I used two it made no line space at all. Upgrade soon hopefully will fix comment-spacing issue.

Thanks, Steve T – checking on that. Marc, will follow up as well.

Arielle, keep an eye on http://www.mlblogs.com on your birthday. 😉

Hey Mark,

My link list issues are officially a thing of the past. No problem editing at all. Thanks!

Next issue: when will tag clouds expand to fit all tags, A-Z? My cloud currently only goes from A-F.

Steve
http://soxblog.mlblogs.com

Unfortunately, I have been having difficulty posting comments on all MLBlogs (except mine). However, I found out how to resolve this eminent issue.
When I am logged out, MLBlogs say that I must be signed in to comment. When I sign-in, I am allowed to comment. For some reason, I do not get that usual “You do not have permission to post,” error message.

http://dodgersblog.mlblogs.com

Unfortunately, I have been having difficulty posting comments on all MLBlogs (except mine). However, I found out how to resolve this eminent issue.
When I am logged out, MLBlogs say that I must be signed in to comment. When I sign-in, I am allowed to comment. For some reason, I do not get that usual “You do not have permission to post,” error message.

http://dodgersblog.mlblogs.com

Unfortunately, I have been unable to comment on all MLBlogs (except mine). I tried something new today and logged out and then signed in to comment. Obviously, it worked.
http://dodgersblog.mlblogs.com

Unfortunately, I have been unable to comment on all MLBlogs (except mine). I tried something new today and logged out and then signed in to comment. Obviously, it worked.
http://dodgersblog.mlblogs.com

I was trying to figure out who the longtime MLBlogger was and then I figured out that you were referring to me. Doesn’t seem like I’ve been doing this for two years. Can I be the featured blogger on my birthday? (4/28). It’s my eighteenth and I can vote, drink internationally and join the army. Woot!
-A
http://catchingredsox.mlblogs.com

Ha – you just said it best, Arielle! Everyone check out http://catchingredsox.mlblogs.com, home of a longtime MLBlogger.

Jimmy, thanks for the comment and the overall commenting protocols will be taking into consideration for next software updates.

You neglected to mention on the home page that some bloggers write open letters to members of his/her respective team who have suddenly fallen ill with the Red Sox plague. Just saying.
-A
http://catchingredsox.mlblogs.com

Hi, Mark, and all at MLBlogs !

I would like to Post comments on many Blogs, but there seems to be on many MLBlogs – when you try to post a comment – a notice that states: “you do not have permission to comment on this blog” … I think I have my Blog set-up properly to, receive “all comments”, and “trust all comments” [ I think its set-up correctly, but I’m really not sure] …but, I have received some comments from different viewers, so I think it is set-up to accept “all comments”…..With that said, my suggestion is, maybe it would be helpful [to all] to do a write-up on one of your next Posts that addresses this issue….An explanation to everyone on how to open up their MLBlogs to “accept all comments” would be greatly appreciated….I think a big part of the blogging experience is receiving and offering comments on various Blogs….I really enjoy receiving and posting comments, and look forward to reading the thoughts and opinions of others…Also, I do respond to any comment I do receive, but its frustrating not being able to post a response, and, or, comment on that person’s MLBlog because the setting does not allow “permission to comment”…Writing “Posts” on my MLBlog is “fun”…and, receiving, and responding to comments on these posts, as well as, offering comments on other MLBlogs greatly adds to the fun and the”whole experience” of blogging here at MLBlogs…Hopefully, you can give some insight, regarding this issue !!!….Thank you, Jimmy ….Also, on a lesser level…an explanation on how to space the comments into “paragraphs” would be greatly appreciated !!! …. Thanks, again, Mark, and all at MLBlogs ….Best Wishes, Jimmy !!! http://baseballtheyankeesandlife.mlblogs.com/

Done on the comment/email request. Sorry, but can’t update at this time on the other (auth synch) issue. Thanks for the comments.

Hmm.. I wasn’t clear. What I ended up doing to get into my blog was switching my email at MLB.com back to the old one. Once that updated, I was able to log back into my blog.

Also, can you please turn off the feature where comments get emailed to me?

Argh. That sucked. Update: I am able to get into my blog. Thank goodness for understanding computers.

Bug Report from this experience: There are no means to change our emails on our profiles. Can we please have that capability. Also, the MLBlogs account apparently isn’t synced up with the rest of MLB.com… I changed my email through MLB.com. Was able to get into MLBlogs with my old email for a few days. Until today. BUT I wasn’t able to log in using either the old email nor the new one. See if you can replicate that… I don’t care to repeat the experience personally. Nor am I paid to do it.

another

Bug Report: As with a recognized MLBlog but a recognized MLB log-in, when I was leaving the earlier comment, the message “You are not authotized to comment” still shows. Also once posted, the error message some like “your comment has not posted. Reason: you posted too many messages in a short period of time. Return to original post” (this is not verbatim.. I didn’t record it). Might want to make it more friendly for MLB account holders without blogs to comment.

I am locked out of my blog. Please help!

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