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Name: Kim
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Chillybean
Sep 4, 2015 10:39 AM CST
Today I was moving a photo of a plant I misidentified. As I was starting the process I was hoping there was a comment section that I could have privately left a note to the database admins apologizing for the error and how I came to the final conclusion.

Is there any way that a comment form can be added to the proposals for moving an image?

Thank you.
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Calif_Sue
Sep 4, 2015 5:41 PM CST

Plants Admin

After you select the plant to move it to, as soon as you proposal the move, you will get a window to add a comment for admin.
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Name: Kim
Iowa (Zone 5a)
I kill ornamentals... on purpose.
Enjoys or suffers cold winters Spiders! Critters Allowed Birds Houseplants I helped beta test the first seed swap
Region: Nebraska Keeper of Poultry Rabbit Keeper Celebrating Gardening: 2015 Garden Procrastinator Garden Ideas: Level 2
Chillybean
Sep 4, 2015 5:48 PM CST
I was about to ask, are you sure? But likely my scripts were turned off. I try to remember to turn them on, but not always. It is often when I attempt to upload a photo or click a thumb that I realize I forgot.

Thank you for the reply. Smiling Someone has moved the photo already.

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