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SimpleComments and MT3

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SimpleComments has been updated to support Movable Type 3’s comment statuses. Unapproved comments don’t show up any longer.


Scott Johnson
July 30, 2004 7:47 AM

I'm SO glad to know this. SimpleComments is one of the few plugins that's holding me back at 2.661. I think I may be able to upgrade now. Thanks for the hard work!

July 30, 2004 11:53 AM

Thanks Adam, great plugin :)

Trackback from Urban Scrawl
September 5, 2004 6:52 PM

Changes to Urban Scrawl

Excerpt: If you visit here regularly you'll notice a few changes, particularly with the comment system. I decided against the major site redesign I mentioned recently and just made a few minor aesthetic changes as far as that goes. The more...

January 23, 2005 4:30 PM

one tiny problem just is, i will have to approve like 2000 comments now after the upgrade and i have no choice but ALWAYS approve comments... is there any chance you could offer an option for it?

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