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I started a critique and wrote a paragraph or two, then I got a notification, and silly me, clicked on it and now my critique is gone. :( Is there a way to save a critique and come back to it to critique it? It usually takes me over half an hour to do critiques. I don't want to spend all that time on something and then lose it. Also, I do my critiques on my Kindle. I don't have a smart phone. 

 

Also, I still can't access the critique forum rules. 

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If you go back to it and open a new window, the text you typed in should still be there. However, if you left the site and came back, it will be gone.

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Weekends are slow and Rebecca tries to reserve the weekend to be with her family. She also has a day job. And she's the only that can fix the rules. However, what I gave you is basically it. Just be kind in your critique. ;)

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I don't know how to open a new window. So I'll never click out of a critique. I understand about having a day job and trying to get words written. Rebecca was always kind and helpful in the past. Sorry for being a pest. I'm like a little kid with all my questions. I promise not to ask why the sky is blue.

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No, you're not being a pest. :) I'm sorry. I should have explained it better. If you want to leave a comment, you click where it says "reply to this comment." That opens a new window for you to type in. Try that and let me know.

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Thanks Lynn. I'll try it when one pops up. If I'm not doing a critique. I'm not taking any chances on losing my work. 

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