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12-20-2007 @ 6:44PM
The system is definitely confusing. The first time I commented, the email it sent didn't even have a password. I searched all over the site for some place where I could set a password for my account. Finally, I used the same information (name, email) to post a second comment. This time it did send a password in the email. The whole thing is pretty convoluted.Suggestions:Add a create account option in the Resources block.Have the user put in all their information up front.Make "E-Mail me when someone replies to this comment" off by default.
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