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6.7.7 Comment Permission / Comments counter

started by on Oct 11, 2016 – Last touched: Jul 14, 2017

Oct 11, 2016 21:54    

Hello --

Upgraded to 6.7.7 and the comment permissions seem to be more restrictive.

Particularly, I appreciated the "number of comments" indicator/link at the end of each post -- now every post is merely a link "Leave a comment" -- is there any way to change permissions so that this excellent "comment count" feature could be accessed?

Thanks!

Oct 11, 2016 22:01

The "comment count" feature works on one page where all posts and comments are "public" -- on all the pages where the posts and comments are rated "members" I get the "Leave a comment" link only even when there are a number of comments attached to the post

I can access all the comments by following the link but really appreciated knowing how many comments were attached to posts and I haven't found a way to have this feature working

Oct 13, 2016 00:32

Yes indeed, the comment counts only reflect the public comments.

Now that you mention it, I am not completely sure that still makes sense...

Which skin are you using?

Oct 13, 2016 22:14

OK, this is a bug in v5 skins (like Asevo). v6 skins already work normally. v5 skins will be fixed in the next release.

Oct 14, 2016 01:18

Great -- thanks -- look forward to it.

Oct 17, 2016 22:13

I've seen the same issue but with the bootstrap skin which seems to be in version 6.7.7.

Is it the same bug or did I make something wrong ?

Thanks !

Oct 19, 2016 15:47

There is no "Bootstrap skin" in 6.7.7.

Are you sure you are using the "Bootstrap Blog skin" and not an old "Bootstrap skin" that was included in an older version and may still be on your server?

Oct 29, 2016 11:54

According to skins management screen, I'm using :
bootstrap 6.7.7 normal 1 bootstrap_blog_skin

Jun 26, 2017 21:59

Is there a time-frame for "the next release" of the Asevo skin -- v6?

I was hoping this comment counter bug would be resolved.

Thanks!


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