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  1. 4e07395ab865a6e7b6f08612ebae2270
    Ardik Manager

    Please take care not to miss html tags!
    Here the closing /span is missing.
    (Yes, I could just have corrected that myself, guessing it should go right after "Liberalo" but I also want to check out the effectiveness of these comments with Notification recipients checked.)

  2. E604cb58bcf94a65e0a5715802fac9e2
    Pablo Spanish Translator with all proofreading rights

    HI there,
    Well I really think I had copied them when translating in the Excell doc the first time. Obviously not. The thing I find a bit odd is that the </a> tag seems to be the one that has vanished from all the translations. Aliens? :-D

  3. 5b765363efb1f0ba9b63b87c6e7cc77d
    Bookczuk Manager

    Join the conversation at this web address:

  4. E604cb58bcf94a65e0a5715802fac9e2
    Pablo Spanish Translator with all proofreading rights

    Sorry, which web addres?

  5. 5b765363efb1f0ba9b63b87c6e7cc77d
    Bookczuk Manager

    Now that's weird, my message was corrupted. I said that my only contribution to the conversation is that I got the email with Pablo's message, but not Ardik's original one. Hope this one goes through or you all shall think I am crazy.

    I also offered sincere thanks and gratitude for the work you all are doing.

  6. 4e07395ab865a6e7b6f08612ebae2270
    Ardik Manager

    this obviously was an accidential entry. I think this wording is automatically included by WTI e.g. with email notifictions of comments and then is followed by a link to that very comment discussion.

  7. 4e07395ab865a6e7b6f08612ebae2270
    Ardik Manager

    We think that anyway, Bookczuk, don't worry! ;-)

    I guess Pablo had checked the "Everyone" checkbox while I had only checked "Pablo". That's why you didn't receive mine before.

  8. E604cb58bcf94a65e0a5715802fac9e2
    Pablo Spanish Translator with all proofreading rights

    Yes, probably that was me. I'm still not sure which comments should I send to everyone or to just one person! Ooops! :-D


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  1. <span style="font-size:17px;color:#4D5621;line-height:21px;">Release it</span> into the wild. Referred to as the "wild release" (and loved by so many BookCrossers), this type of sharing is a bit like nudging a baby bird out of the nest or sending your kid off to college. Your book doesn’t want to spend its life on your shelf gathering dust; it wants to get out there and touch lives! So leave your labeled book on a park bench on a summer day, in a train station, on the table in your favorite coffee shop -- anywhere it’s likely to be caught by another delighted reader. Then come back and read about your book’s new adventures!
    <span style="font-size:17px;color:#4D5621;line-height:21px;">Release it</span> into the wild. Referred to as the "wild release" (and loved by so many BookCrossers), this type of sharing is a bit like nudging a baby bird out of the nest or sending your kid off to college. Your book doesn’t want to spend its life on your shelf gathering dust; it wants to get out there and touch lives! So leave your labeled book on a park bench on a summer day, in a train station, on the table in your favorite coffee shop -- anywhere it’s likely to be caught by another delighted reader. Then come back and read about your book’s new adventures!

    <span style="font-size:17px;color:#4D5621;line-height:21px;">Release it</span> into the wild. Referred to as the "wild release" (and loved by so many BookCrossers), this type of sharing is a bit like nudging a baby bird out of the nest or sending your kid off to college. Your book doesnt want to spend its life on your shelf gathering dust; it wants to get out there and touch lives! So leave your labeled book on a park bench on a summer day, in a train station, on the table in your favorite coffee shop -- anywhere its likely to be caught by another delighted reader. Then come back and read about your books new adventures!

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  2. <span style="font-size:17px;color:#4D5621;line-height:21px;">Release it</span> into the wild. Referred to as the "wild release" (and loved by so many BookCrossers), this type of sharing is a bit like nudging a baby bird out of the nest or sending your kid off to college. Your book doesn’t want to spend its life on your shelf gathering dust; it wants to get out there and touch lives! So leave your labeled book on a park bench on a summer day, in a train station, on the table in your favorite coffee shop -- anywhere it’s likely to be caught by another delighted reader. Then come back and read about your book’s new adventures!
    <span style="font-size:17px;color:#4D5621;line-height:21px;">Release it</span> into the wild. Referred to as the "wild release" (and loved by so many BookCrossers), this type of sharing is a bit like nudging a baby bird out of the nest or sending your kid off to college. Your book doesn’t want to spend its life on your shelf gathering dust; it wants to get out there and touch lives! So leave your labeled book on a park bench on a summer day, in a train station, on the table in your favorite coffee shop -- anywhere it’s likely to be caught by another delighted reader. Then come back and read about your book’s new adventures!

    <span style="font-size:17px;color:#4D5621;line-height:21px;">Release it</span> into the wild. Referred to as the "wild release" (and loved by so many BookCrossers), this type of sharing is a bit like nudging a baby bird out of the nest or sending your kid off to college. Your book doesnt want to spend its life on your shelf gathering dust; it wants to get out there and touch lives! So leave your labeled book on a park bench on a summer day, in a train station, on the table in your favorite coffee shop -- anywhere its likely to be caught by another delighted reader. Then come back and read about your books new adventures!

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