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|Italian to English translations [PRO]|
|Italian term or phrase: GLOSSARY - IMPORTANT NOTICE|
I believe that Angela is away on vacation and this is why I take the liberty of sending this notice to the Subcommunity she moderates.
It would appear that terms chosen by the asker cannot easily be entered in the glossary either by the asker or the answerer.
Therefore I would ask "askers" and "answerers" to do the following:
1) from Main Page click on Terms Help
2) select the appropriate settings to get to the questions you have either asked and closed, or answered (with closed questions)
3) click on the question and at that point Glossary should appear on the right side of the screen.
4)please ensure that the terms have been entered and/or are entered in the glossary.
I know that it is a bit of extra work but you will agree that apart from Browniz points it is well worth the extra effort so that we may have those terms for future reference.
Paola L M
Thanks for stepping in Paola.
I had a few perplexed queries and I was asking about it myself before I went away, so we have now put this glitch right.
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