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    kohyoongliat is offline Senior Member
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    Dear Casiopea

    I posted that the 'embarrassed' button has been spelt wrongly as 'embarassed' a few weeks ago. I'm surprised that the mistake has yet to be rectified.

    I hope you could direct this to the correct department or tell me to which department I should direct it.

    Many thanks.

    All the best

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    Default Re: 'embarassed' button

    Thank you. Is there a link?

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    kohyoongliat is offline Senior Member
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    Default Re: 'embarassed' button

    Thanks. Casiopea. Is there a link? What do you mean?

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    Default Re: 'embarassed' button

    Where can I find "embarassed button"? A link looks like this:

    http://www.usingenglish.com/______

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    Default Re: 'embarassed' button

    At the right side of 'Reply to Thread', there are 15 icons, including this icon. . If you point the arrow next to it, a 'hand' will appear and the word 'embarassed' is shown.

    I'm sorry that I didn't explain this clearly in my earlier post.

    All the best

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    Default Re: 'embarassed' button

    I see. You explained that well. Thanks.

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    Default Re: 'embarassed' button

    So, Casi, will you harass the perpetrator?

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    Default Re: 'embarassed' button

    Quote Originally Posted by kohyoongliat View Post
    Dear Casiopea

    I posted that the 'embarrassed' button has been spelt wrongly as 'embarassed' a few weeks ago. I'm surprised that the mistake has yet to be rectified.

    I hope you could direct this to the correct department or tell me to which department I should direct it.

    Many thanks.

    All the best
    It comes with the software. I don't know whether we can do anything about it.

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    kohyoongliat is offline Senior Member
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    Default Re: 'embarassed' button

    Quote Originally Posted by Tdol View Post
    It comes with the software. I don't know whether we can do anything about it.
    In another forum, the word pertaining to the same button was also wrongly spelt. The moderator did something to correct it. I believe your side should be able to do so.

    Best regards

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    Default Re: 'embarassed' button

    It has been corrected. Many thanks for letting us know.
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