I can click on my links and get to my Hubs however when I click on the crayon looking icon it says, "this web page is no longer available." Anyone else see this? Know what it's about?
Hubs that have been edited have the green pencil icon. When you click on the icon it should lead to the diff page for that Hub. It works on my end in Chrome. What browser are you using? Maybe try again, and if it doesn't work you can file a bug in the Technical Problems Forum?
Thanks Robin. I should've realized that. I'm on chrome too. I'll give it another try. Thanks.
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