URL to add term to glossary doesn't work
Thread poster: Dan Dascalescu

Dan Dascalescu  Identity Verified
United States
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Aug 5, 2003

My answer was selected by asker and I received an e-mail with the following text:

"The asker did not enter a term into the glossary.
To enter it for others' benefit, go to:
http://www.proz.com/glossary/492667?gloss=y&login=y"

The problem is that with the new design, jumping to that URL just shows the KudoZ page for the term, instead of showing the glossary entry form.

I if switch to the old design, the URL works fine.

Sorry if this issue has already been posted. There are 6 pages in this topic and there's no "Search" button for the curent forum topic.

HTH,
Dan Dascalescu


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Giuliana Buscaglione  Identity Verified
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Have you tried with the *Gloss* button? Aug 5, 2003

Hi,

If you press that button, you can open the new form for adding a term into the KudoZ glossary... The function works, as I used it this morning.

Giuliana


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Dan Dascalescu  Identity Verified
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Thanks! It worked! Aug 5, 2003

Thank you, Giuliana, it worked!

But that link, IMHO, should lead directly to the glossary entry form, i.e. what gets displayed after you click on the "Gloss" button.


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