Oh hi, I noticed this the other day when I went to look at the comments on a pattern that there was no way to see any more comments other than the ones of the first page, usually you can click down the bottom to go to page two etc but it seemed to be missing from this example, I noticed mainly becasue I didn’t see my avatar as I scrolled though so I was thinking, did I get deleted? Then I noticed that the number of comments I could see were less that what it said at the top. So I thought it was just me but then I noticed the same thing with the Sean skirt:
is it just me?
Also here is the first example I noticed:
Apparently there are 46 comments but we can only see 32 of them
http://www.burdastyle.com/projects/alexander-blouse I noticed because I left a comment for someone about the Colette patterns, when I checked back to see if they replied I could not find my comment, it is older so would be on the second page but I cannot get to that page, am I just going mad?
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