I'm trying to update a broken link to an external research article that provides my article with validity, but it won't save the new link (to a pdf). I can remove the old broken link, but when I try to add the new link the save link button doesn't want to work.
I'm using windows 10 and 64 bit chrome (most recent version).
Grr. Though I never saved my changes to the article, its now providing this as the link http://hubpages.com/#mce_temp_url%23 rather than the broken link. Messy.
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