Where's the list of my KudoZ questions and answers (Staff: 'Your profile page, under KudoZ tab')
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Sybille  Identity Verified
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Jan 29, 2004

Could you tell me please how to find the list of questions asked and graded by me.
I cannot find it any more. Which button do I have to press


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Leonardo Parachú  Identity Verified
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Go to your profile,... Jan 29, 2004

... click on KUDOZ (XXX PTS), then on ASKED and there you should be able to see them.

It should work.

Regards,
Leonardo.

[Edited at 2004-01-29 19:32]


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Andrzej Lejman  Identity Verified
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Go to your profile Jan 29, 2004

and klick the KUDOZ tab.
That's all.
Regards
Andrzej

[Edited at 2004-01-29 19:28]


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Pamela Peralta  Identity Verified
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You are not the only one Jan 29, 2004

This change occurred some 8 days ago, I think.

Read this post for more information.

Pamela


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Sybille  Identity Verified
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Where is the list of my Kudoz questions... Jan 30, 2004

Thanks for your answers, but I have to put my question the other way round.
I am looking for the list of words I have asked and which were answered by others.
I am loking for a special word I asked once
and did not write it down anywhere else. So I would find it in this list.


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Claudia Iglesias  Identity Verified
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Hi Sybille Jan 30, 2004

Leonardo did answer to your question. In your profile you have a NEW! KudoZ tab in which you can see answered and asked questions. Asked questions are those you're looking for.

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Sybille  Identity Verified
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Where's the list... Jan 30, 2004

Thank you, I found it now. Sometimes one is blinkered.

Sybille


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Sybille  Identity Verified
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Printing out the list Jan 30, 2004

One more addition regarding that question:
Formerly the list showed the answers I favourised, now it does not.
It would be more helpful to have the asked questions plus the answers to them
in order to print the list from time to time
rather than getting data on recording in glossaries, bso or so.
Is it possible to print out this list having in mind that perupose?

Thanks for the answer.


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Claudia Iglesias  Identity Verified
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You'd like both the word asked and the answer, right? Jan 30, 2004

If you put the answer into the glossary you have a small arrow and then the translation chosen and gone to the glossary.
If you look at your questions, some of them (AM receiver for example) is in the glossary, whereas "Liefergrenze" is not.

I'm not sure of having understood your need.


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