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I see that you are using a desktop browser. You can access the "hamburger" menu through the top right corner and select "report problem". This way, we get the report on the problem directly, instead of a random note that we have to figure out which problem you are attempting to talk about.

@Vishnu Bhagyanath
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This is very very curious and and particularly not self-explanatory. A "bravo" for the user interface!
But perhaps a wizard could detect such good hidden feature. ;-)))

@Agnishom Chattopadhyay
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First I must declare that I was never good in finding things - for example mushrooms in the wood. That's why I always enjoy when someone guides me directly to a destination. So I would have faster found the report ability if it was visible via en explicit labled button for example.

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This discussion board is a place to discuss our Daily Challenges and the math and science related to those challenges. Explanations are more than just a solution — they should explain the steps and thinking strategies that you used to obtain the solution. Comments should further the discussion of math and science.

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TopNewestHi Andreas, as mentioned in the previous note:

Can you link me to the problem itself?

I see that you are using a desktop browser. You can access the "hamburger" menu through the top right corner and select "report problem". This way, we get the report on the problem directly, instead of a random note that we have to figure out which problem you are attempting to talk about.

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Mmmm Hamburgers.

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Hamburger menu, nice name. I used to call it rectangle-rectangle-rectangle menu HAHA!

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I call it hamburger menu too -Inspired by Sir Calvin :D

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Just submitting a report would have been fine. Do you need any help with how to do that?

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Till now I have NEVER been able to do this!!! A hint would be helpful.

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The three stripes sort of thing right near the problem level.

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