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Mar 22, 2011
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I can't "tick" routes that I did years and years ago... I see that some people have ticked things back in the 80's for example, but when I click new tick the calendar pops up over the submit button so I can't click it after typing in the date. Anyone else notice that? I can't click back on the calendar for 20 years!!! Mark Roth
From Boulder
Joined Jan 4, 2008
13,150 points
Mar 23, 2011
Mark Roth wrote:
I can't "tick" routes that I did years and years ago... I see that some people have ticked things back in the 80's for example, but when I click new tick the calendar pops up over the submit button so I can't click it after typing in the date. Anyone else notice that? I can't click back on the calendar for 20 years!!!


It is designed that way; they don't want this site to turn into SuperTopo with folks carrying on about their glory days!
MojoMonkey
Joined Jan 29, 2009
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Mar 23, 2011
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Hahahah.
Enter the date manually.
Click on the header for the calendar and the correct month will now appear. Then click the date you entered again and the calendar will correct itself... then click the date that is highlighted.
Bogus, but it works.
Tony B
From Around Boulder, CO
Joined Jan 1, 2001
24,338 points
Mar 23, 2011
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MojoMonkey wrote:
It is designed that way; they don't want this site to turn into SuperTopo with folks carrying on about their glory days!



Don't worry, I never did anything worth bragging about. I just like keeping track of what I've done...

thanks Tony, I figured I was just doing it wrong.
Mark Roth
From Boulder
Joined Jan 4, 2008
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