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When I am on the following page:
There are little grey X buttons on the right hand side. When I click them, nothing happens.
Aside from that, I have encountered my first false positive return on my Key Lime Cheesecake hub. Is there anything that can be done about the little symbol? I try to keep on top of these, just to make sure I'm forward about my content.
Umm, it tells me I am not authorized to view this page? Do I need to pay $100 to get access?
Thanks for reporting this! I found the issue. This bug will be fixed with the next update to the website.
I'll post on this thread when the site has been updated with the fix.
Larry, and seriously, why am I getting not authorized error? Is it because I don't have any dupe hub?
It's because only certain users have access to that report. We don't necessarily want everyone to be able to see easily where all of their duplicates lie. I'm sure you can see the potential for abuse.
hmm, Ive always assumed that since that box didnt appear on my profile - I didnt have detected copied hubs - your saying access is just limited?
You don't in fact have any duplicates, other than about half of one hub appearing on your own MySpace and Blogger blogs.
but is that how the tool works?
Ive never seen it, so I am curious. I know I have one dupe content flag (for a series of questions in a interview format) but i have found copied content before and never saw any notice in my Hub Dash ( that website no longer exists )
so if someone had copied my content the tab/option would appear?
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