While the invitation to leave a reply on his posts appears to be there:
|Must - Verb, be obliged to - or not|
|Foggy Landing Screen|
You don't need to be a wordpress user. In fact you actually embedded the key link in your post. I've asked the guys to see if they can mod the landing screen to make it clearer.So you must be logged in to post a comment but you don't need to be a WordPress user. Clear as mud?
Well, not to me, and while I have my denser moments, I'm usually able to work these things out with my sharp mind, logical thinking - God made me an atheist after all - and years of experience in the IT business, but this one baffles me. Then we get this rather snippy, patronising little comment from the great man:
While I am grateful for the for the huge amount of extra publicity I am getting at the moment. There is really nothing very complicated about how to post a comment.Now if Peter's posts were all attracting several comments from non-Word Press users I would concede that I am missing something, but if there really is nothing very complicated about how to post a comment, then how come I can't recall seeing any over there?
This issue was also mentioned over at The Sultan's blog, where Peter claimed that:
"I do take comments on the blog, but you are also welcome to visit the forum to chat which is where most of my interaction takes place."
I have often wanted to comment on your posts but have never been able to do so as they've always been closed off (maybe I need to be a member?). If I'd been able to, I would never have written a blog post in the first place! Over to you, Peter :)
you should have struggled to lose money if you were trading.