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Where do I find very (very) old KudoZ queries/answers?
Thread poster: Marcus Malabad

Marcus Malabad  Identity Verified
Canada
Local time: 14:35
Member (2002)
German to English
+ ...
Jun 8, 2001

I know they\'re somewhere because I still have the link to some of them (dating Oct/Sept/summer last year) but when I click the link to see the extended view of the queries in my lang. pairs, the list ends after about 25/30 items. Whither the lost questions?
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Henry Dotterer
Local time: 08:35
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Jun 8, 2001

You can find old KudoZ questions by entering the terms as keywords.


Also, if you start to ask a kudoz question using the \"Ask the Pros\" box on the home page, past questions are searched before the question goes out.


 


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