"you do not meet criteria": non sequitur
Thread poster: Catherine Bolton

Catherine Bolton  Identity Verified
Local time: 13:46
Member (2002)
Italian to English
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Jan 31, 2006

Hi folks,
I was looking at a few questions this morning and when I came to this one
http://www.proz.com/kudoz/1243917
this message came up:

The asker has directed this question specifically to ProZ.com members who:
... are native speakers of English ***(You have reported that you are)***
Although you do ***not*** meet the criteria, you may suggest a translation if you like.

I've "reported" that I am a native speaker of English, which I am, but I do NOT meet the criteria?
What's going on folks? And how can I become a native speaker again?
Catherine


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Catherine Bolton  Identity Verified
Local time: 13:46
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curioser and curioser Jan 31, 2006

Well, I just went back to that question (I had opened and closed it several times!) and now I'm a native speaker again! That's a relief!
Catherine


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Steffen Walter  Identity Verified
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Known bug Jan 31, 2006

Hi Catherine,

This switching/contradictory statement is a known bug that is still inherent in the newest Kudoz design, and staff should be aware of it.

(We've been discussing this amongst moderators recently, and alerted staff.)

Best,
Steffen


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