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We have now resolved the problems with the TA server (installing new hardware and late nights getting the software running properly on it!).

Commenting has now been re-enabled.

Simon K
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Laurence Roberts
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Laurence Roberts

Welldone ! I was getting withdrawal symptoms,!

John Roch
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John Roch

Hadn’t realised just how much I treat TA as my home page. It isn’t, but I look at it more often than the actual home page.

Laurence Roberts
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Laurence Roberts

I meant to saythanks for hard work and latenights struggking with new Tablet !

Rosemary Hannah
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Rosemary Hannah

I too was missing it terribly – thank you all so much for the hard work.

John Roch
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John Roch

I’m sure this is a “num” question rather than “nonne” (or perhaps a “dumb” question) 🙂

Is there any way of alerting us to new comments on old threads?

A Google search on synod numbers lead me to

http://www.thinkinganglicans.org.uk/archives/004916.html

of 12 March 2011 which has recent comments.

I usually look back about two weeks when browsing threads for new comments, but would never go back into last year.

Richard Ashby
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Richard Ashby

Phew! Now I can get my daily fix of CofE sanity again.

Priscilla White
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Priscilla White

I’m very glad to see the site back, I couldn’t get on it at all and was suffering withdrawal too, really appreciate this as a place of comment and discussion

James Pitkin
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James Pitkin

Thank you for your hard (and probably frustrating) work – much appreciated by many of us

Martin Reynolds
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Martin Reynolds

Well said Laurence!
Amen

Canon David
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Canon David

Many congratulations and thanks to Simon K the techie (and to Lincoln Diocese and its Bishops for their resounding ‘no’ today). Any comments soon on the betting figures for ++Rowan’s successor?

peterpi - Peter Gross
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peterpi - Peter Gross

Thank you, Simon!
Yours is one of handful of sites I visit faithfully every day.

Father Ron Smith
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Thank you, those who have worked on the web-site – whether technically or administratively. You all enable many of us onlookers from afar to engage in the blogo-sphere on matters concerning us all.

David Lamming
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David Lamming

In reply to John Roch, the CRR page seems not to have been resurrected yet: in seeking to add a comment, one gets the message, “Oops, this link appears to be broken.”

Gerry Lynch
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Thanks to all you folk at the TA team for all your hard work.

Peter Owen
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to David Lamming – It should now be possible to leave comments on all pages.

to John Roch – You can have all new comments and/or articles fed to an RSS reader (eg Google Reader). There is a link on the front page of our site.

John Roch
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John Roch

Thanks

I was using the feed for the site — hadn’t noticed, or had forgotten about, the comments feed, as I’ve had the site feed bookmarked for so long

John Roch
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John Roch

Thanks

I was using the feed for the site — hadn’t noticed, or had forgotten about, the comments feed, as I’ve had the site feed bookmarked for so long

David Shepherd
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Is it just me, or is the thinkinganglicans.org.uk URL no longer valid.

Thinkinganglicans.org does work instead, though.

Peter Owen
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David

The thinkinganglicans.org.uk URL is perfectly valid. I suspect that you are picking up a cached version of the site from when it was not working. You can force your browser to fetch the current version of a web page with a “Force Refresh”. Depending on your operating system all you need to do is the following key combination:

Windows: ctrl + F5
Mac/Apple: Apple + R or command + R
Linux: F5

Murdoch
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Murdoch

I’m still getting the notice “There is no website at this URL” when I try to access Thinking Anglicans on the Firefox browser. Fortunately, Google Chrome will still connect me.

ED: see previous item.

Murdoch
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Murdoch

ctrl + F5 worked. Thank you.

Mary Marriot
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Mary Marriot

‘You can force your browser to fetch the current version of a web page with a “Force Refresh”. Depending on your operating system all you need to do is the following key combination:

Windows: ctrl + F5
Mac/Apple: Apple + R or command + R
Linux: F5′

Many thanks Peter. ctrl + F5 worked for me ! Such a relief.

Live and learn !

If only everything to do with things Anglican could be resolved so simply with a clear authoratative word – or (even) at all !

I find as I get older, that

I believe more and more

in less and less.