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Wed 30 Apr 08 #1 
Frank Martinez
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I can't find out how to "refresh" a page when you want to replay a topic. Can anyone tell me how?

Thanks


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Wed 30 Apr 08 #2 
scmwns

Once you are up to 100 percent in a topic, they can't be replayed. Is that what you're talking about?


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Wed 30 Apr 08 #3 
JMK
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I'm not sure exactly what you are asking here. If you mean how do you get more questions on a topic in Factopedia after playing the first five, then scroll down until you see the link 'Play more ..".

If it is something else can you give a little more detail please.


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Wed 30 Apr 08 #4 
scratch
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Try the rally page. It's fun AND refreshing.


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Thu 1 May 08 #5 
guinness john

what is it - a health drink like guinness?


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Thu 1 May 08 #6 
scratch
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like a run through the sprinkler in August.


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Thu 1 May 08 #7 
guinness john

unless you are in southern hemisphere.


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Thu 1 May 08 #8 
JMK
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Yep, certainly wouldn't want to be running through any sprinklers in August here.


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Thu 1 May 08 #9 
guinness john

neither would i. i dont like getting wet


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Thu 1 May 08 #10 
JMK
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Must be dreadful for you considering how often it rains over there.


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Thu 1 May 08 #11 
guinness john

erm well its worse in sydney where there is tice as much rain.


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Thu 1 May 08 #12 
scratch
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that's why he avoids washing.


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Thu 1 May 08 #13 
guinness john

oi. poms are well known for our cleanliness.


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Thu 1 May 08 #14 
scratch
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go do your dishes. I'm off to work. Because I have a job.


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Thu 1 May 08 #15 
guinness john

well im opening a can


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Thu 1 May 08 #16 
wabzy

Frank, you will have to challenge someone to practice a subject you already have 100% in. Just send ot a few challenges for practice. I do it all the time. I also wish there were a way to "study" a topic which I have completed but there is no other way to do it. Challenge me if you want. I don't mind. If it gets to be too much i will suggest another victim!


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Thu 1 May 08 #17 
wabzy

Guinness, why do they call you Poms?


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Thu 1 May 08 #18 
Nakul
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Pomegranate? Puddle of Mud? Polyoxymethylene? Prisoner of Millbank? Port of Melbourne? Pomeranian?


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Thu 1 May 08 #19 
Nakul
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I got it now - "Pommy" (or "Pom" or "Pommie") is a primarily Australian (and largely derisive) slang term used to indicate a recent immigrant from Great Britain, or a Brit in general.


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Thu 1 May 08 #20 
wabzy

Yes, but why POM?


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Thu 1 May 08 #21 
Frank Martinez
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Hello everyone:

Thanks for your comments. I was referring to a statement that follows the end of each quizz that says: "You will get final results by email when the brainoff is complete, or you can keep refreshing this page."

This gave me the impression that you could replay the quizz and play it over again.


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Thu 1 May 08 #22 
JMK
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The refresh option is just to update the results as others finish the quiz. Once you have played once that's it, you can't play the same quiz again. If you want to do more of these quizzes challenge some people, most of those who post in forums are happy to receive challenges.


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Thu 1 May 08 #23 
wabzy

Poo on Mom?


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Thu 1 May 08 #24 
Frank Martinez
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Thanks JMK.


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Thu 1 May 08 #25 
JMK
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To put you out of your misery Wabzy - it originated in Australia. No-one is 100% certain but it is believed to be a shortened form of pomegranate which apparently is rhyming slang for immigrant. Some people mistakenly believe it comes from POME (Prisoners of Mother England) because many of the original English immigrants to Australia were convicts.


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Fri 2 May 08 #26 
JMK
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Thats ok Frank, I sent you a challenge by the way.


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Fri 2 May 08 #27 
wabzy

Thanks, JMK. So Pommies are Australian. Maybe Frank wants to play in the Kevvie if we need another player?


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Fri 2 May 08 #28 
JMK
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Poms originally were English people who had migrated to Australia. The term has evolved to just refer to all English people.


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Fri 2 May 08 #29 
wabzy

Yes, I thought the English were calling themselves pommies. Thank you for clearing that up. JMK!


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