can't grade answers... (Staff: 'switch to new KudoZ design')
Thread poster: Raffaella Cornacchini
Raffaella Cornacchini  Identity Verified
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Jul 2, 2004

I would like to grade the answers to my question on "Jagellon Cracow", but when I click on the button "accept this as the most useful answer" the screen goes blank...
what's wrong? (I'm not a first-time user of KudoZ and this has never happened to me before).
Thanxxx

raffa1


[Subject edited by staff or moderator 2004-07-02 13:26]


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Natalie  Identity Verified
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Please switch to the new KudoZ design Jul 2, 2004

The link may be found at the top of any page with KudoZ question.

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Raffaella Cornacchini  Identity Verified
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fixed, thanks! Jul 2, 2004

[quote]Natalie wrote:

I really wanted to settle the matter quickly because it's so annoying when someone you do not know actually works for you and gives his/her time for you and you don't give him/her any feedback at all.
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