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Sarah Ponting  Identity Verified
Italy
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Sep 11, 2003

Does anyone else see two answers chosen (the first and the last - both awarded 4 points) for the following question http://www.proz.com/kudoz/518716 or is it just me?

Sarah


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Sonja Tomaskovic  Identity Verified
Germany
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Me, too! Sep 11, 2003

It seems you're not the only one!



I too can see two answers chosen!


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Natalie  Identity Verified
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Great! Sep 11, 2003

It seems to be the solution of the "splitting points problem":):):):)

Jason?


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Endre Both  Identity Verified
Germany
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ProZ staff aware of the problem Sep 11, 2003

It seems that the bug has to do with an incompatibility between the new and the old KudoZ design.

ProZ staff are aware of the problem, so it will either be solved soon, or simply disappear when the old design is phased out.

Endre


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Chiara Santoriello  Identity Verified
Italy
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the same for me Sep 11, 2003

Hi Sarah,
I can also see two replies to this question.

See you soon
Chiara


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Susana Galilea  Identity Verified
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I was hoping this one would quietly go away ;) Sep 11, 2003

Sarah Ponting wrote:
Does anyone else see two answers chosen (the first and the last - both awarded 4 points) for the following question http://www.proz.com/kudoz/518716 or is it just me?
Sarah



Thanks, Sarah, for bringing attention to my "finest" linguistic moment

Yes, I noticed the double grading. Obviously it's a bug, but I agree it would be nice to have the possibility of giving points to more than one answer.

Cheers,

Susana Galilea
www.accentonspanish.com


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Sarah Ponting  Identity Verified
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Sorry, Susanna :-( Sep 11, 2003

Susana Galilea wrote:

Thanks, Sarah, for bringing attention to my "finest" linguistic moment

Yes, I noticed the double grading. Obviously it's a bug, but I agree it would be nice to have the possibility of giving points to more than one answer.

Cheers,

Susana Galilea
www.accentonspanish.com[/quote]


Sorry about bringing attention to your terrestrial salmon, I'm afraid I didn't consider the fact that you would probably not wish extra publicity on this one In any case, I'm sure everyone is familiar with the excellent answers that you usually provide, and we're all guilty of reading the odd question too fast before answering. As you say, it would be great to be able to split points sometimes.

Sarah

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