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Hello! Thank you for taking the time to explore History Hub, the discussion space for the Library of Congress' latest crowdsourcing initiative. We'd love to hear from you about what brings you to the project, how you're using crowd.loc.gov in the classroom or for your research, and the interesting things you've discovered while transcribing.… Show more I was able to get into this page https://crowd.loc.gov/campaigns/mary-church-terrell-advocate-for-african-americans-and-women/speeches-and-writings/mss42… which I was locked out of last night. It is page one of an article in Dunbar News So, I copied the transcription and submitted it for review. Page two of the article still has the wrong… Show more I transcribed a page, not realizing that I wasn't logged in. So, I logged in, and now it seems that I am locked out of transcribing that page. It says someone else is transcribing it, but I'm pretty sure it is not-logged-in ME. What should I do? Thank goodness, before I went to log in, I copied what I had done so far to my computer. If I ever… Show more Connected to my previous question, I also opened the second page of this document, and somehow pasted the text from the first page there. Then it somehow got submitted for review, so I can't fix it. I don't have a clue as to how to fix this. The text on this page needs to be erased and re-transcribed. … Show more I find the message that pops up when I am reviewing a transcription and want to make an edit confusing. I click on the edit button, and then I see this: "Nice job! Your review decision has been saved. You can stay on this page or go to the next page needing transcription." Then I am given two choices: add tags or find another page. Neither… Show more