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I’m sure you’ve gotten some comments on this already, but it looks like the DS site layout it broken. :(
i haven’t heard that from anyone- can you email me with details? designsponge at gmail dot com
you left this comment on an individual image, so maybe that’s why?
(what browser are you using?)
There isn’t a “read more” link on the post about the ruler mirror like there normally is, or any way to comment….so clicked on the picture itself and saw Mike’s comment and your reply. ( I use Chrome but have never had any issues and all the other B/A posts today have the ‘read more’ link so maybe it’s just this one. Very cool mirror by they way.
if a post isn’t split with a jump (like this one) you can just click the comment bubble next to the title to leave a comment- that’s the case with every post (with or without a jump). the read more is only necessary to comment if you want to see the other half of the post (which we only do if the post is long)
clicked on pintrest photo. Comments and your replies came up but no photo or onstructions. I have an ipad air.
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