Wrong term entered automatically upon grading
Thread poster: Tatiana Nefyodova

Tatiana Nefyodova  Identity Verified
Russian Federation
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Feb 26, 2003

I have graded my question without entering a new term into an open glossary of terms. However, it was entered automatically, I don\'t know how, and, of course, it\'s not correct. Can I do something and delete this \"term\"?

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Mary Worby  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
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No glossaries entries are entered automatically! Feb 26, 2003

If the wrong term has been entered, it means somebody has entered it incorrectly. To change it, contact the moderator for the language in question, giving a link to the term, and he or she will do their best to remedy the situation for you!



Regards



Mary


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Monika Coulson  Identity Verified
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Mary is right Feb 26, 2003

I agree with Mary. No term is entered automatically in the glossary. Check first with your moderator, maybe someone thought they entered the right term (these things happen sometimes).

Best,

Monika





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Natalie  Identity Verified
Poland
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Cathie, Feb 26, 2003

Please provide the URL of the question, and I will do all necessary corrections. Please send me a message through my profile.

Thank you,

Natalia


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