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OnTheVerge
Posted: Friday, October 16, 2015 8:54:27 AM

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Hi Fellow TFD'ers
I used to be able to add "Words-within-Words to my homepage. As of 4-5 months ago it was replaced on my machine (Country) wit 'Word-Hub which is really a crappy substitute. Does anyone know I can get WWW back. It is not available, even as one of the add-on options. I know some places still have it as I have seen people writing about in the forums and continue to get badges for it. One badge as little as an hour from the time of writing this (GMT+-0.00)

Thanks for all answers

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S. Ilker Orsel
Posted: Friday, October 16, 2015 9:16:40 AM

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Hi. Click on the gear to the right of the Wordhub tab and select "old version".
alertec
Posted: Friday, October 16, 2015 2:12:24 PM
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I'm having lots of problems with WWW ... namely it keeps telling me I am not connected to the internet, therefore doesn't enter my words. Online dictionary replied they don't understand my question - or my problem. I think they do everything they can to discourage you from using WWW, and switch to Wordhub which I agree is a poor substitute as it is based on speed rather than knowledge!
twoisone
Posted: Friday, October 16, 2015 2:41:34 PM

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alertec wrote:
...WWW... keeps telling me I am not connected to the internet, therefore doesn't enter my words...

Same happening over here :(
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