"Add term to your glossaries" doesn't work
Thread poster: Dan Dascalescu

Dan Dascalescu  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 11:18
English
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Aug 10, 2003

I answered http://www.proz.com/kudoz/493588 and I can't add the term to my glossaries.

After I checked "Add term to your glossaries", I tried to add the term to an existing glossary chosen from the drop-down list and also to a "new glossary name".

None of these attempts were successful.

This also happened to many recent KudoZ I've answered, but I haven't notice it until recently.

Can anyone confirm?


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Dan Dacalescu

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Paula Vaz-Carreiro  Identity Verified
Local time: 19:18
Portuguese
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can't add terms to my glossaries either Aug 12, 2003

Dan Dascalescu wrote:

... and I can't add the term to my glossaries.
one of these attempts were successful.
[...]
Can anyone confirm?

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I can confirm this happens to me too.
Every single term I have entered recently does not appear anywhere in my glossaries.
I think this started to happen only when I changed to the new design, but can't be absolutely certain of this.

Regards
Paula


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DGK T-I  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 19:18
Member (2003)
Georgian to English
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Hello Dan & Paula - same problem Aug 15, 2003

The same thing has just happened to one of my answers unfortunately: went to the question from the 'congratulations' e-mail, clicked "gloss", filled in the details of the answer + question, ticked "add to your own glossary", and sent (Kudos awarded, added to the general glossary, but not to mine). "Beta version".
As with you, I think it has been happening to me for a while, I just (wrongly) assumed I had forgotten to tick the box.

Best wishes
Giuli


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Lise Smidth  Identity Verified
Austria
Local time: 20:18
German to Danish
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same here Aug 16, 2003


After I checked "Add term to your glossaries", I tried to add the term to an existing glossary chosen from the drop-down list and also to a "new glossary name".

None of these attempts were successful.



just discovered the same problem and I also assume it has been there for a while
but I haven't noticed until now

lise

[Edited at 2003-08-16 09:54]


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