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Normal service resumed

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
(TA techie)

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Laurence Roberts
Laurence Roberts
8 years ago

Welldone ! I was getting withdrawal symptoms,!

John Roch
John Roch
8 years ago

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
Laurence Roberts
8 years ago

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

Rosemary Hannah
Rosemary Hannah
8 years ago

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

John Roch
John Roch
8 years ago

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
Richard Ashby
8 years ago

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

Priscilla White
Priscilla White
8 years ago

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
James Pitkin
8 years ago

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

Martin Reynolds
Martin Reynolds
8 years ago

Well said Laurence!
Amen

Canon David
Canon David
8 years ago

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
peterpi - Peter Gross
8 years ago

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

Father Ron Smith
8 years ago

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
David Lamming
8 years ago

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
8 years ago

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

Peter Owen
Admin
8 years ago

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
John Roch
8 years ago

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
John Roch
8 years ago

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
8 years ago

Is it just me, or is the thinkinganglicans.org.uk URL no longer valid.

Thinkinganglicans.org does work instead, though.

Peter Owen
Admin
8 years ago

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
Murdoch
8 years ago

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
Murdoch
8 years ago

ctrl + F5 worked. Thank you.

Mary Marriot
Mary Marriot
8 years ago

‘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… Read more »

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