Hello, I noticed the announcement on the log in page about the "Name the Turtles" contest, and submitted an entry. However, I can't seem to get the submission form to show back up so I can make another entry. I also have three other people on my account that will probably want to add their own suggestions as well, and I would like to know how to reset the form.
Also, I visited one of the other entry sites (the one for naming the Marleybone Turtle), filled in my user name and turtle name and clicked "submit". I did not receive any kind of confirmation of the submission, and am not sure if the form on that site works properly. Should I have recieved a confirmation that my entry was accepted?
As far as I'm aware, there is no way to reset the form. The only thing I could suggest is to use a different web browser to see if it will give you at least one more chance. If that doesn't work, then perhaps divide the turtles up so that everyone can at least submit one name. As far as the Marleybone turtle form, if I recall there were two of them posted there, so it's possible that only one of them works.
This is strange because I didn't have any problems with it. I sent several names for each world. It refreshed on its own and allowed me to send more. As for a confirmation, I dont believe there is any.
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