1aaa..... 'wrong Verification Code'....[how To 'get Around' The 'wrong Verification Code' Message On Poemhunter] - Poem by Bri Edwards
If, like me, you've had the problem: 'wrong verification code',
I have a suggestion for you. May I be so bold?
When on Poemhunter.com your message or comment fails to be sent,
and your frustration and anger at that failure you desperately need to vent,
just follow these steps, suggested to me by my wife most wise.
They should work or there's something wrong with my explanation, I'd surmise.
IF YOU DO YOUR TYPING, ENTER CODE, HIT 'SUBMIT' but GET THE 'DREADED MESSAGE',
do this, which YOU may have already figured out if you are of LESS AGE (than me) .
[If you keep on trying the original code, it will never work. Your time will be poorly spent.]
Go back one page to where your typing has been left.......Unsent.]
Then left click and HIGHLIGHT text; at edge of text (in white) right click and select COPY.
(I hope these instructions are clear enough for you. I hope they're not sloppy.)
Go back one page then, I believe, and do what's needed to find an empty box
in which to write a new message or comment; (my wife is crafty like a fox) :
left click in the 'empty box' and then right click and click on PASTE.
Your unsent text should now appear; (your time has not been a waste) .
You should now have a NEW verification code which never seems to fail.
Good Luck! !
p.s. I helped another poet learn to EDIT her poem so she could make a correction I suggested. I may write a poem about that, once the idea I've digested.
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Poet's Notes about The Poem
FLASH! ! another poet has come to me with an easier method! !
1 from 'wrong v. code' page GO BACK
2 RIGHT CLICK NEXT TO the 'old' verification number; this will bring up menu
3 on the menu (at least on this computer) find RELOAD and click it; this will give you a NEW verification code to use. (if it doesn't, try clicking reload again)
4 enter 'new' verif. code and hit submit
5 good luck
NEW INFORMATION: (ADDED JUNE 2016, in response to a comment by Tom Billsborough)
, let me say more. i have had little trouble in a long time with 'wrong verification code', but, oddly enough, i started having to take 'evasive? action' again a few times recently.
there is a simpler method to get around the 'dreaded message: 'wrong.....code'. go to the page on which you have something to send and a 'wrong or useless code' in the 'code number box'............. Positioning the cursor near the 'box', RIGHT click. this should bring up a box with a small menu in it. if you are lucky the first time, you should get a menu which has across the top (above the words) a set of for (4) symbols, left to right:
an arrow head pointing to the left
an arrow head pointing to the right'
**a circling-around arrow 'moving' clockwise...............[i think this means 'renew' or replace one thing with another];
a 5-pointed star
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
**if you place cursor over the clockwise arrow, the notation 'reload current page' appears nearby. LEFT click the circling arrow and the verification number in the little code box will change to give you a new verification code. TRY THE NEW CODE. good luck.
sometimes a different menu appears and i just repeat the clicking process until the menu comes up with the symbols i mentioned above.
i have also found that if i type a comment on a poem and then type the verification code into the empty box provided BUT don't hit 'submit', and, instead, add to my comment, the original verification code needs to be changed using the above process.
[added August 23,2016]:
even if you are SURE you typed the verification code in exactly as it should be, if P H says 'wrong verification code', DON'T ARGUE THE POINT. just humor PH and use the above process to get a new code! !
again, GOOD LUCK! ! !
verification code has been working well for me recently.
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