two Spanish-English lists
Thread poster: Nikki Graham

Nikki Graham  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 08:46
Member (2003)
Spanish to English
Sep 10, 2001

As my post has not appeared, I\'ll try again. Having answered a Spanish>English question a few days ago, which was never shown in the main list, and been awarded the points, my profile now has two Spanish>English lists. Can this be rectified? I\'m new to this, and points are not so easy to come by, so I\'m not pleased that they haven\'t been added to my original (Spanish>English) total, which is the only one that interests me.

I\'d also like to point out that yesterday I received two e-mails about KudoZ questions (also not on the main list) that were not from info@proz.com or proz.com (or whatever). What is happening???


Thank you very much. If I\'m not in the right place or informing the right person, I\'d be grateful for any information.


Nikki Graham


 

Henry Dotterer
Local time: 03:46
SITE FOUNDER
OK, I combined your two forms of Spanish to English points. Oct 3, 2001

Hi Nikki,


Thanks for pointing out that error. In ProZ.com 2.0, we used 2-letter codes to represent languages. In ProZ.com 3.0, we use 3-letter codes.


The bug you saw was the result of a question being marked with the old encoding. It is now correct.


If anyone else sees language pairs repeated in your profile, please let me know.


 


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