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Please Bring Back the Number of Solutions Written

Currently, the number of solutions that have been written for a problem are not visible and that very much dissuades me (as I imagine other people) to write solutions to problems as these could have---and, more likely than not, do have---too many already-written solutions.

Could this be brought back?

Thanks.

Note by Guillermo Angeris
4 years ago

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Hi Guillermo,

That sounds like a bug and we will look into it. Our intention was to still display, the number of solutions submitted to any problem. On my screen it looks like this

Peter Taylor Staff - 4 years ago

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Oh, that's quite all right. I meant the number of written solutions to a problem, as in the number of solutions that have been written out by a member for a problem.

(Although, my homescreen is still the previous homescreen, not the new one, which does look fantastic.)

EDIT: Discard that. I see that the number is present before you are given the option to write the solution.

Thank you, though.

Guillermo Angeris - 4 years ago

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