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Inapproriate Language Pair in Kudoz question
Thread poster: Tomy Goh
Tomy Goh
Local time: 05:24
English to Vietnamese
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May 30, 2008

Dear All,

Almost everyday, or week, I receive some Kudoz email that the asker select an in approriate pair and waste my time to log on and check.

E.g. The asker ask for the Chinese >< English but select Eng >< Eng

Is there any pro-active remedy to limit this? For example, 03 times wrong, will reduce 01 question can be asked (5 to 4 for the nonmember in 01 year); or limited to 5 in 03 months for the paid member.

Thank you.


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Maria Karra  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 17:24
Member (2000)
Greek to English
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contact the moderator May 31, 2008

Hi Tomy,
Why don't you contact the Chinese-English moderator? Or any moderator for that matter. He can make sure that a reminder (aka warning) is shown on the user's screen whenever he posts a question.

[Editado a las 2008-05-31 13:37]


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