Glosspost: glossary link broken
Thread poster: Sara Fiorelli

Sara Fiorelli
Italy
Local time: 11:14
English to Italian
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Feb 1, 2008

Hello to the ProZ technical support.
I was looking into the glosspost database and found a dead page for this glossary

http://www.proz.com/translation-glossary-post/English-to-French/2673

The page has been moved I think and couldn't find that glossary in the Internet...what should I do in this cases? Is this the right place to signal a broken link? I have read too that I could earn BrowniZ by checking glosspost links, but I have never done it. Prabably I'm repeating an old question, but I couldn't find what to do in the forum search. Thanks for any help.

Sara

[Subject edited by staff or moderator 2008-02-01 21:11]


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Magda Dziadosz  Identity Verified
Poland
Local time: 11:14
Member (2004)
English to Polish
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Done. Feb 1, 2008

Hello Sara,
Thank you for notifying. I've just marked this url as not responding.

Notyfing via this forum is OK, also you can always drop a message to Glosspost moderators - the list of them is on the Glosspost FAQ page.

All the best,
Magda


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