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Thread poster: Evelyn Leenen-van Dijk

Evelyn Leenen-van Dijk  Identity Verified
Netherlands
Local time: 10:45
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Sep 12, 2008

Hi there,

I've added some people to my Proz network. I was wondering how you see who are in your network.
The FAQ says that you can click on your My Network button, but I don't see it. Maybe I just need new glasses, but could you let me know where I can find this buton?

Much appreciated!
Groetjes,
Eef


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Jared Tabor
Local time: 05:45
SITE STAFF
Link to your network Sep 12, 2008

Hi Evelyn,

Thanks for pointing this out-- keep your glasses, they are working just fine. There was a box on the homepage for the My Network feature, but it has been removed, and it looks like there was no other way to get to your network. I'm having the link added under the "My ProZ.com" tab; for the moment you can use this direct link: http://www.proz.com/mynetwork

Best regards,

Jared


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xxxmediamatrix
Local time: 04:45
Spanish to English
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Too much stuff there already Sep 13, 2008

Jared wrote:
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I'm having the link added under the "My ProZ.com" tab;...


The menu under 'My Proz.com' is already longer than the height of my screen and unless I plug a wheel-mouse into my laptop I can't see - let alone select - the last two items in the list.

May I suggest you tidy up this mess before adding yet more options?

MediaMatrix

PS: This support ticket refers: http://www.proz.com/ticket/78026 (20/08/2008)


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Evelyn Leenen-van Dijk  Identity Verified
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THANK YOU!! Sep 13, 2008

This works! thanks!

Groetjes
Eef


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