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  • Rob Stewart says:

    This page currently claims that there are 11 comments, but I see only three (two from me and once from Vicente). On another page, I couldn’t see one of my replies. Perhaps the others on this page are replies and are likewise not visible.

    After submitting comments, the page I was commenting on is not redisplayed. I have to go back to the library list to find the correct page again.

  • Rob Stewart says:

    Each time I post a comment, the comments are hidden again, forcing me to click the Show/Add/Hide Comme button. That’s annoying. For that matter, why is your default to hide comments? They are a key component of the incubator, are they not?

    • Rob Stewart says:

      The Show/Add/Hide Comme button is odd, too, in that once I click on it, keyboard navigation doesn’t work. For example, I can’t use End to jump to the bottom of the page without first clicking outside that button.

  • Rob Stewart says:

    The only way I found to register on this site was via the “You must be logged in to post a comment.” line that only appears when one clicks the Show/Add/Hide Comme (that’s how it looks to me, BTW) button.

    There’s an Admin box that appears in the upper right corner of the pages that I would expect to apply only to administrators, given the title, yet it apparently is for all. The link display the home page rather than offer any profile editing. That means, for example, I cannot change my password.

    When logging out, why display a page to ask for confirmation? That’s annoying.

    The Preview button seemed to be doing something, made the page jump slightly, but ultimately showed no preview window.

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    • Rob Stewart says:

      ^^^^ That’s why one needs a working preview mode!

      The latter part went awry at “The Edit My Profile link displays the home page rather than offering any profile editing. That means, for example, I cannot change my password.”

      The rest is readable, though all of the text appears in the link. Of course, if there was an option to edit one’s comment, at least within, say, 10 minutes of committing it, I could have fixed the problem without this reply.

      • Robert Ramey says:

        The link display the home page rather than offer any profile editing. That means, for example, I cannot change my password.

        This is a side effect of overriding other default wordpress behavior. I’m aware of it, but haven’t been able to fix it yet.

        The rest is readable, though all of the text appears in the link. Of course, if there was an option to edit one’s comment, at least within, say, 10 minutes of committing it, I could have fixed the problem without this reply.

        This would be too hard to implement – at least by me.

    • Robert Ramey says:

      The link display the home page rather than offer any profile editing. That means, for example, I cannot change my password.

      This is a side effect of overriding other default wordpress behavior. I’m aware of it, but haven’t been able to fix it yet.

      When logging out, why display a page to ask for confirmation? That’s annoying.

      It’s the wordpress default behavior – not cost effective for me to try to fix.

      The Preview button seemed to be doing something, made the page jump slightly, but ultimately showed no preview window.

      I think this is working. But note that you won’t see anything if you haven’t types anything into the text box then got back an hit Preview.
      It’s a little clunky, but its the bevariour of the plugin I used. This is the two edged sword of using plugins – easy integration of new functionality – requiring a compromise in that same functionality.

    • Robert Ramey says:

      I think I’ve fixed the preview functionality. I’ve tested it on Safari and on Firefox

    • cherac11 says:

      It appears the way to change your password is by going through the ‘lost password’ process.

      It seems this website could use an extra plugin to promote a strong sense of user profile: https://wordpress.org/plugins/profile-builder/screenshots/

    • cherac11 says:

      It appears the way to change your password is by going through the ‘lost password’ process.

      This website could use an extra plugin to promote a strong sense of user profile: https://wordpress.org/plugins/profile-builder/screenshots/

  • Vicente J. Botet Escriba says:

    Could the mails sent after a change be prefixed with [blincubator]?
    Thanks,
    Vicente