Possible bug

Case number:699969-990104
Opened by:anne romaine
Opened on:Saturday, July 30, 2011 - 04:48
Last modified:Tuesday, August 2, 2011 - 17:32

After the close of puzzle 437 I discovered that I had inexplicably become an evolver. I certainly had not made the change. Eventually my professional technician tried several methods, including as shown in FAQ, without success. His opinion was that it could be a bug or there is further information somewhere. As this seems to be the only way I can contact Fold.it I shall be eternally grateful for some assistance.

(Sat, 07/30/2011 - 04:48  |  7 comments)

Joined: 06/17/2010
Type: Suggestion » Question

If you are working offline your solution become evo.
It is from security reasons.

Same like there: http://fold.it/portal/node/986769

Joined: 06/17/2010

If you want back to solo reset puzle and restore very best :)

Joined: 11/21/2008
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Thanks for that Rav. While the game seems OK now, feedback, forum etc. are still evo.

Joined: 11/21/2008
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Sorry,just checked out new puzzles and have few options under View, which may mean I'm still in evo.

Joined: 06/17/2010

Unsure what are you asking now.
If you have upgraded some solution and get evo points you will have them even if you get back to solo solution.

Joined: 11/21/2008
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Thanks again. My page and Players no longer show me in evo and the game seems right now. Just to clear up a point - I was playing 437 the evening before it closed but when I went to the game the next day the electron density and H2N2 puzzles were on the list. I eventually realized they were evo puzzles but by then I had clicked the preview button in error, which probably explains why it was not possible to change back to soloist, since I had not actually changed to evo. The Forum and Feedback still come up in evo but I can probably live with that.

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Thanks for the help, Rav3n_pl.


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