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How Do I Remove A Thumbup After Giving It?

 
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Case in point:
https://permies.com/t/pooless#56436
After giving the thumbup I read up on Borax and decided that lathering your scalp with it may not be such a good idea after all.
 
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I think you can just click on the thumbs down to remove a thumbs up.  I'll try it on your post so be warned if it does not work


edit...seems to work just fine.  There will be a box that asks if you are sure you want to give a thumbs down but it only takes away the thumbs up if you have given one.

try it on my post here if you like.
 
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I just gave one to Judith, but then I was afraid to try and take it away ;)
 
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Greg Martin wrote:I just gave one to Judith, but then I was afraid to try and take it away




no fear,  click on 'thumbs down' greg..it works

 
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Looks like it worked on burl
 
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and if you accidentally give some one a thumbs down as I have occasionally you can correct by hitting the thumbs up button.

I just realized this won't happen any more because there is the pop up that asks if 'we are sure we want to give a thumbs down' ...very helpful.
 
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Judith Browning wrote:I think you can just click on the thumbs down to remove a thumbs up.



Oh great. Thanks
 
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Greg Martin wrote:I just gave one to Judith, but then I was afraid to try and take it away ;)



LOL, I dare say an etymological presumption may provide some insight into human nature. Q. Why is the 'wind' of string on a ball spelled the same as a gust of wind? A. Because preparation makes all the difference when weathering a storm.
 
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When scrolling on a cellular phone, I'm always accidentally giving a thumbs down, and that box comes up and I tell it to forget it. But it doesn't give a warning when you go to give a thumbs up, so maybe I have approved of all sorts of crazy things that I didn't even read, since I was just flipping to the end of the thread.
 
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True, Dale, I do that all the time when scrolling on my mobile!  Thankfully, I usually notice the pop-up asking if I really want to do that and can cancel it. Hopefully I have not accidentally “thumbs down”ed too many of our permies friends by accident!
 
It's exactly the same and completely different as this tiny ad:
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