+Aparecido Rosario If you're not seeing a "reply" option under your posts, then you likely do not have feed = full, or comment form style = embedded. Make sure your settings are consistent with the screen captures in the post: http://goo.gl/VRHnl
Cool..Where were you all these years +Blogger ???? When other services went right pass you, you were doing absolutely nothing and now you are trying to lure back the lost folks..I love the new design!
+Blogger Any chance you'll bring back comments on pages? They were disable around October/November last year. I have over 200 comments sitting in my dashboard but they don't appear under the posts (on pages)
+Blogger What happened with line spacing in comments? It's almost zero! Comments are impossible to read now! It sould be at least the same height as the letters. But now a capital letter almost touches the upper row. I don't know whether this is so globally, but look how weird comments look in my blog in Russian language: http://chivchalov.blogspot.com/2012/01/blog-post_10.html. Please fix it as soon as possible until I lose all my audience!
+Bruce Polderman As you could have seen, there's no repply function in both of my blogs. 'Dorgas' uses a template designer model and 'Crazyseawolf' uses a classic model. But repply function shows up in a test blog I have. Isn't it funny? I think Murphy Laws apply to this situation :-)
I set up my Blog as required and the reply link appeared. I tried to leave a comment (both as a reply and a new comment) and the comment would not appear. Issue appeared to be the embedded comments. I wonder if it's a Chrome issue.
Will +Google+ ever introduce a similar system? This would make replies to comments easier to follow and read. +Mentions work for the time being, but don't make it easy to other readers to follow the conversation especially when replies to a comment are three or four comments apart due to the sometimes very high comment rate.
+Ryo Cook You're quite right, however integrating Blogger and Google+ is a multi-step process. In this post http://goo.gl/KCHTI we stated "...bloggers who switch will automatically get access to the Google+ integrations we’ll be rolling out in the future." We're actively working on these integrations. Stay tuned.
I've got a very old template that looks like this:
<!-- BEGIN new comments --> <BlogItemCommentsEnabled> <a href="<$BlogItemCommentCreate$>" <$BlogItemCommentFormOnClick$>> (<$BlogItemCommentCount$>) Join the Discussion</a> </BlogItemCommentsEnabled> <!-- END new comments -->
Can update, or do I need to upgrade to the new blogger?