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is the KudoZ questions section removed?
Thread poster: salman
Local time: 13:37
English to Japanese
May 12, 2003

I noticed that after the change in homepage, the KudoZ questions for non-members is not displayed.

Is it placed somewhere else or is it removed because it can be accessed by only those who are members?

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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
Local time: 10:07
English to German
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Everything's there...? May 12, 2003

Hi Salman,

Everything\'s there - note that there never was a questions section specifically for non-members. I suspect you\'re referring to \"Easy\" questions - but these are accessible to both registered members and non-member users.

If you\'re logged in, KudoZ will default to the overview pages - just click on \"Easy / Your Pairs\" to see \"Easy\" questions in your active pairs.

HTH - best regards, Ralf

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Henry Dotterer
Local time: 04:07
Default page differs depending on logged-in status May 12, 2003

If you are logged in, the default page when you click \"KudoZ\" in the top bar is the list of KudoZ questions. If you are not logged in, the default page is the one on which KudoZ is explained.

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