Where can I find the message entered for me by a ProZ moderator?
Thread poster: Oyra

Oyra
Russian Federation
Local time: 05:57
English to Russian
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Feb 17, 2003

When I was going to post a question to KudoZ today, this notice appeared on the screen: \"A message has been entered for you by a ProZ.com moderator or staff member. This message is related to your use of this section of the site.\"



WHERE WHERE WHERE OH WHERE? It would really be more convenient if the notice also contained a link to where I could read it.


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Giuliana Buscaglione  Identity Verified
Austria
Local time: 04:57
Member (2001)
German to Italian
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In the message itself... Feb 17, 2003

Hi,



when we post a warning, we normally add a comment, there\'s no link. Try again to do what you wanted to and you\'ll see your moderator\'s message again.



Let\'s say you want to ask a KudoZ question and your moderator had entered a warning like \"please, grade your open questions\", in the very moment you try to ask a new KudoZ, this message will be displayed.



Best regards,



Giuliana



ProZ.com Co-mod

DE>IT
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