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Adam Kalsey has posted a helpful tweak for Movable Type’s Comments cookie to more consistently apply its ability to remember the user (if the user has selected the checkbox to be remembered, of course). Check out Adam’s August 5th post, Remember Me, Movable Type.

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  1. Thanks to Brainstorms & Raves for this - Adam over at Measure Twice has come up with some fixes/improvements for MovableType’s ‘remember me’ functionality on the comments page. Would of spotted this myself but forgot to add Measur...

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  2. From Brainstorms and Raves comes news of a new comment tweak for Movable Type. Movable Type Tweak for Comments Cookie Adam Kalsey has posted a helpful tweak for Movable Type’s Comments cookie to more consistently apply its ability to remember...

    08 Aug, 2003Trackback from Ks Weblog

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  3. There are some very, very nice tips and techniques that can be deployed in a weblog to make the readers'...

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