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24 Oct 07 #5186 by JulesW
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I don't know about anyone else but I quite like reading latest blog entries. I do have a problem, though, because sometimes it is obvious that part of the story is missing.

Would it be possible to go from reading latest blog entries to being able to read previous blog entries from that author?

It doesn't sound too difficult but would help the reader see what has come before the blogger wrote the latest entry.

Just an idea.


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24 Oct 07 #5196 by wikivorce team
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Ok. When you are on a particular blog entry, on the right should be a list of that bloggers other entries. We can see that the list has a bug in at the moment and is displaying the same general list as on the home page, or even another bloggers list.

We will try to fix this.

In the mean time... there is still an easy way to see all entries for a blogger in stead of just the last one.

From the home page list of Latest Blogs. Instead of clicking on the title on the blog entry...just click the bloggers name just below. This will show you all their blogs.

Hope that helps

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