What is with having to decipher words in order to sign in? Makes me crazy. Make it go away.
I am not sure what you mean. Is there something new I need to do? I have been a community writer for 2 years. And this afternoon in order to sign in Hubpages is making me decipher words in order to log in...
By the by have you tried to log in this afternoon? If so is there a box above your sign in information demanding that you decipher words?
Thanks for answering my question - perhaps it is easily fixed with a confirmation. Sure hope so. If not someone make it go away.
I just signed out and signed back in again, and I didn't have to decipher anything. I haven't had to do that since I confirmed my email address when I initially signed up. Perhaps you're signing in from a different computer or something? Sorry I can't be more helpful.
by TIMOBILE 7 years ago
Example: I am a big boyThe above sentence is wrong because it contains 10 characters
by west40 8 years ago
I'm curious to know what words, spoken or written, drive you crazy. Keep it clean please.One of mine is "whatnot" - That word, if you can call it a word, makes my skin crawl.
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