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Correcting closed KudoZ questions - it should be made possible
Thread poster: Alekos Psimikakis

Alekos Psimikakis  Identity Verified
Local time: 03:02
English to Greek
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Aug 15, 2001

Hello,

An asker has recently accepted my answer to a \"terms help\" question she posted. However, I realized later that I\'ve spelled wrongly a word.

It is obvious that this is important 1) for the asker and 2) for the glossary entry.

Is there a possibility to make a correction on a term that has been \"closed\"?



Thanks in advance for your reply!

Alekos Psimikakis


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Henry Dotterer
Local time: 20:02
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OK. It is now possible. Oct 8, 2001

It is now possible to correct glossary entries (ie. closed KudoZ questions) if you were the asker or answerer. Thanks for suggesting it.

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xxxtazdog
Spain
Local time: 02:02
Spanish to English
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Oct 9, 2001

Great idea, but how do you do it? I tried \"edit question\" to see if I could change a glossary entry on a term I mistyped (I was the asker), and all I saw was the option to change the field or language pair. Did I miss something?



BTW, Henry, this site is a wonderful resource, and your efforts are greatly appreciated.


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