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Hi, I’m creating some new caches in my area, but whenever I try to amend some thing, it reverts back to the original text I put in and won’t let me put the new text in.

 

Can I delete these completely and start again? They have already been assigned a GC, but not been submitted.

 

Thanks

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Does "it" change back immediately after you enter your new info and switch to the next field, or does it change back when you safe and reopen the page?

It would also help to know what exactly what you're trying to change.

For the quickest help, I'd recommend posting a screenshot and writing down the exact sequence of actions you take, so people can try to reproduce it.

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You can't Delete, but you can Archive* a page.

 

However, as per the post above.

Are you SAVING any changes first, after you made them?

Is your computer showing a cached page, rather than a new refreshed page with the changes you made?

 

*Having Archived a page it will still show in your account. Far better to make changes and re-use the page!

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You aren't scrolling to the bottom and clicking "submit changes" + checking the two "I have read and understood..." buttons.

If you enter new info on the form, and don't do that, nothing changes.

 

If you already have created a second cache page at the same coords, please ARCHIVE the original listing. Archive is a log type available to cache owners, thanks.

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Hi, I’m creating some new caches in my area, but whenever I try to amend some thing, it reverts back to the original text I put in and won’t let me put the new text in.

 

Can I delete these completely and start again? They have already been assigned a GC, but not been submitted.

 

Thanks

 

 

Are you trying to use the 'new' form, or the old reliable page for submissions?

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