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Repling to Comments on Comic Pages
Gillespie at 6:23PM, July 14, 2009
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joined: 2-23-2009
Edit: Sorry, the actual tite is ReplYing to comments on comic pages.

What I mean to say is, what is a good type of format to reply to a comment?
I notice that many people will reply the next time they upload a comic, but the big flaw I see in that is, by then I forget what I typed so I gotta go back and read my comment.

I tried adding a comment as replies to that page's comic, but that was off rhythm.

If this makes sense, should I stick with the common way, or is there a better one? I want to leave replies while not confusing the reader as well. Thanks!
last edited on July 14, 2011 12:36PM
Eddie Jensen at 6:26PM, July 14, 2009
posts: 256
joined: 6-7-2007
I find it best not to reply unless they've said something that I really have something to say about or answer to. if your gonna reply to each comment its going to look off rythm no matter what.
if I was a teapot I think I'd be orange.
last edited on July 14, 2011 12:18PM
Skullbie at 6:43PM, July 14, 2009
posts: 4,712
joined: 12-9-2007
You can edit your authors post, put a section after your news that says ‘replies’ and list their names;
@poppymcdickles: yeah ttly i agree aid's is a racist conspiracy b th government

@crabbytawtles: omg i kno i agree thnks for commenting ;D

@mrmackey: oh ttly i agree mmkay

And Etc.
last edited on July 14, 2011 3:47PM
Ryuthehedgewolf at 4:41AM, July 15, 2009
posts: 1,340
joined: 9-2-2007
As Skullbie hilariously stated, you can just edit your authors notes, and put a little section in there for it.

OR, you can do it the hard way (actually, it's the easier way, but more annoying) and just post a comment after them, being like,

@lolurmom: You are correct, my good sir. This is a comic.
last edited on July 14, 2011 3:16PM

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