Nationality and Country

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Nationality and Country

Postby Koko » 2015-10-20, 4:09

Is it unpossible for me to change them to "(no selection)?" :|

I have just tried a few times, but I keep getting redirected to an error has occurred page.

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Re: Nationality and Country

Postby linguoboy » 2015-10-20, 14:50

Is it possible for you to be stateless?
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Re: Nationality and Country

Postby księżycowy » 2015-10-20, 15:06

The only way to change it at the current moment is to add a new language to your list.Otherwise nothing really changes, as it's trying to add a language that is already on your list to your list, hense the error. I can't remember if we had a separate button for that option before we chaged to the updated script or not, but now all the options on that page are based on your language list.

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Re: Nationality and Country

Postby Koko » 2015-10-20, 22:49

Thanks ksiezycowy!

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Re: Nationality and Country

Postby księżycowy » 2015-10-20, 22:55

Not a problem.


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