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[Plugin: Comments For Cookies] questions

  • do I need to edit anything? is there an options page for this plugin?
    how do I identify the cookie set by this plugin?

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  • its not working even after the update (your new plugin version)

    if I activate it, it gives me a duplicate comment found on every attempt to comment.
    Its curently deactivated, but if you want to see it in action, I can activate it again.

    its activated, pelase anyone who can help, check it out if you get a cookie and just write a testcomment anywhere…

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    ok, its activated and right now just gives me this error when commenting:

    Warning: call_user_func_array() [function.call-user-func-array]: First argument is expected to be a valid callback, 'akismet_auto_check_comment' was given in /var/www/web6/web/wordpress/wp-includes/plugin.php on line 163
    
    Duplicate comment detected; it looks as though you've already said that!

    btw. I am not using akismet, is that a problem?

    I have no clue where this duplicate stuff comes from, I tried a grep for that expression:

    grep -R -i 'it looks as though' wp-content/plugins/
    wp-content/plugins/freepress/tagboardPost.php:          die( __('Duplicate comment detected; it looks as though you\'ve already said that!') );
    wp-content/plugins/freepress/tagboardPost.php.bak:              die( __('Duplicate comment detected; it looks as though you\'ve already said that!') );
    h898552:/var/www/web6/web/wordpress#

    and the tagboard plugin is the only one containing that expression and that one is not activated 🙁

    It’s probably because you haven’t got Akismet installed. Look for the string “akismet_auto_check_comment” in the plugin and remove that line and it should work.

    thx.

    I commented out these lines:

    /*remove_filter( 'preprocess_comment', 'akismet_auto_check_comment', 1 );
    	add_filter( 'preprocess_comment', 'akismet_auto_check_comment', 10 );*/

    but I am unsure what to do about this line:
    remove_filter( 'preprocess_comment', 'akismet_auto_check_comment', 10 ); // remove Akismet, it's spam!

    so I just commented that line as well.

    works ok, so if there is nothing wrong with what I did, I’ll keep it running like this. Maybe in the next version you could check if Akismet is active?

    Grab the updated version. I added a check for Akismet in it.

    thx a lot.
    would this plugin also work with wpmu?

    It should.

    it does indeed 🙂

    only drawback I cannot use your .htaccess mods to block spam in conunction with this plugin as teh cookie of course differs for every created blog, nevertheless very useful.

    hey Donncha,
    I’ve got another request for you 🙂

    I am a happy user of this plugin: http://coffee2code.com/wp-plugins/never-moderate-registered-users

    which prevents registered users comments from being moderated or caught as spam. unfortunately one of my own comments got caught (don’t know why) and it looks pretty silly with the “blocked by CFC in front of it…

    could your plugin also check if a user is moderated or somehow work together with this other pugin?

    I just started using this plugin and i’ve already had a few odd results. A the same time i changed WordPress’s discussion options to allow comments by default instead of moderating, because i figured this plugin should take care of that.

    But i’ve had a few comments tagged as Blocked by CFC land as approved comments on posts. What’s more, at least two of them have been link dump comments that should have been blocked by WP’s built-in More than X links rule. I’m not sure who’s to blame there.

    Yeah, just had another CFC tagged comment pass through. I’m using Defensio as my main line of defense. Anyone know if there are CFC issues with Defensio?

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