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Irish Rain


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No poetry on Homepage???

   Thread Started October 11 at 7:55PM

I use 'classic' and for days have had no poetry listings on my homepage. Only the 'news' and upcoming deadlines. Does anyone have a clue?
Tom says it's showing up fine on their machine, so can't be reproduced to be fixed, but on my end...I have nothing.
The new version shows up fine, but I have no listings. Any ideas??



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RE: No poetry on Homepage???

Reply on October 11, 2017 08:35 PM
All I see on Classic is "Poetry" with "Complete listing" underneath. If you click on it, all the poetry appears from the highest promoted on down, but I don't see the usual layout either.

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RE: No poetry on Homepage???
Reply on October 11, 2017 09:19 PM

I've had that happen several times. But it fixed itself in
a few hours not days. I believe it is a ploy to make people
use the other FS.





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RE: No poetry on Homepage???
Reply on October 11, 2017 09:30 PM
Thank you Miss Jan, I'm hoping for 'magic', and thank you Mr. Michael...I never thought to click on it! There they are! Not the usual format, but good enough!
I won't use the new version Jan. I tried it for well over a week last time the classic messed up. No more. I hated it every day.
Hopefully all that doesn't start again, because I won't be able to 'promote' without reviewing. So I won't do reviews, or expect to receive them.
Thank you!!

   

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