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Author Topic : Changing Runs
 Fenland
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11/23/2013 3:23:21 AM reply with quote send message to Fenland Object to Post  

I don't like the way when you change a dog's run it takes you back to the main kennel page.
I prefer it as it previously was, staying on the dog page.
 GaylanStudio9
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11/23/2013 1:35:37 PM reply with quote send message to GaylanStudio9 Object to Post

Yep, me too.
 Laffy-Taffy Kennels
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11/24/2013 8:40:11 PM reply with quote send message to Laffy-Taffy Kennels Object to Post

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Yep, me too.
Alexandria
 Astoria Hounds
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11/25/2013 9:12:20 PM reply with quote send message to Astoria Hounds Object to Post

My account isn't even changing the runs. I can change the kennel run names and add the dog on the dog's page, but when I go back to my main page, the dog is still on whatever it's original run was.
 Jumping Jacks of Glory
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12/17/2013 3:20:15 PM reply with quote send message to Jumping Jacks of Glory Object to Post

That was just a problem which occurred. It should be fixed now

Jamie
 Selma Kennel
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12/17/2013 4:57:34 PM reply with quote send message to Selma Kennel Object to Post

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That was just a problem which occurred. It should be fixed now

Jamie

Yeah, it is all fixed.
Mack
 Jumping Jacks of Glory
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12/17/2013 4:59:20 PM reply with quote send message to Jumping Jacks of Glory Object to Post

Lol I didn't even realize how long ago the post was put up. I thought it was new xD

Jamie

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