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Creating / editing glossary entries from KudoZ questions
Thread poster: Tony M

Tony M  Identity Verified
France
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French to English
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Apr 2, 2004

I have had occasional problems creating glossary entries form KudoZ questions I have answered.
Mainly, when I go back to the question later, the option to create a glossary entry is not ALWAYS available.
More importantly, is there a way to go back and correct / edit a glossary entry I have made?
Also, is there no way it could be possible to create more than one glossary entry from a single question; sometimes it would be really helpful to make 2 or more distinct entries about complementary terms that have arisen in one question, but short of creating an entirely separate 'personal' glossary, I haven't found a way to do this.
Any suggestions /comments gratefully received!

'Dusty'


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lien
Netherlands
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English to French
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Glossary entries Apr 3, 2004

I just know about correcting/editing glossary entry if it is your own entry.

You go back to the question (you can do that checking kudoz and answered on your profil) and in the question you click on "gloss" button under the frame of the question, besides the others like "answer/comment", "ask the asker","edit question", "make it easy" and "squash".


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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
Germany
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Contact a moderator Apr 3, 2004

Hi Dusty,
More importantly, is there a way to go back and correct / edit a glossary entry I have made?

Please contact a moderator for the language pair involved - you will find contact links at the bottom of each question.

HTH, Ralf


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