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12-18-2017 at 01:30 PM
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Hey, so I just recently made a submission a score on Zelda Ocarina of Time 3D King Dodongo for a score of 38.13. However, in my submission I made a mistake in my submission where I said 38.013 instead of 38.13. Can someone please help me fix my submission?
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  1. bensweeneyonbass's Avatar
    Hey - I regret to inform you that once a submission is made, it's a permanent and un-editable submission package.

    It's a pretty strict rule, but I think it's for the best. This is done by TG to prevent any editing/tampering with the submission. It's largely in place to keep people from pulling evidence or changing scores/times when it's found they've been cheating/falsifying evidence and scores/times.

    Sorry about that. I wish I could give you 3 submission points so you could resubmit immediately. In the meantime, hit the Score Submissions forum (Submission Review) and vote on some runs to try to earn submission points. Once the adjudication is complete on one run you've voted on, you'll get 1 submission point.

    Tip - go to the end of the queue, where the older submissions are, and find a few that have been open for a while but look good. Watch the videos and read the comments and chances are they've already had lots of votes but are waiting on a few more to make it through. Look for threads where people have already commented that they're voting YES or something like that. Those ought to be the quickest votes.
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  2. RedTheSuperNamek's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by bensweeneyonbass
    Hey - I regret to inform you that once a submission is made, it's a permanent and un-editable submission package.

    It's a pretty strict rule, but I think it's for the best. This is done by TG to prevent any editing/tampering with the submission. It's largely in place to keep people from pulling evidence or changing scores/times when it's found they've been cheating/falsifying evidence and scores/times.

    Sorry about that. I wish I could give you 3 submission points so you could resubmit immediately. In the meantime, hit the Score Submissions forum (Submission Review) and vote on some runs to try to earn submission points. Once the adjudication is complete on one run you've voted on, you'll get 1 submission point.

    Tip - go to the end of the queue, where the older submissions are, and find a few that have been open for a while but look good. Watch the videos and read the comments and chances are they've already had lots of votes but are waiting on a few more to make it through. Look for threads where people have already commented that they're voting YES or something like that. Those ought to be the quickest votes.
    Thanks. What happens to my current submission? The one that is incorrect
  3. CWK's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by RedTheSuperNamek
    Thanks. What happens to my current submission? The one that is incorrect
    vote to reject it to earn back a submission point and some CR
  4. bensweeneyonbass's Avatar
    I’d comment that you’re rejecting it too, to be 100% clear about it.
  5. GibGirl's Avatar
    One more example of why we desperately need to allow some level of editing of submissions. There's no good reason that someone shouldn't be able to see that the time/score they entered was accidentally incorrect - especially with the milliseconds field which makes invites making mistakes - and be able to fix it right after making the submission.
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  6. CWK's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by GibGirl
    One more example of why we desperately need to allow some level of editing of submissions. There's no good reason that someone shouldn't be able to see that the time/score they entered was accidentally incorrect - especially with the milliseconds field which makes invites making mistakes - and be able to fix it right after making the submission.
    it would be nice if you could atleast preview it before you post it
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  7. sdwyer138's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by GibGirl
    One more example of why we desperately need to allow some level of editing of submissions. There's no good reason that someone shouldn't be able to see that the time/score they entered was accidentally incorrect - especially with the milliseconds field which makes invites making mistakes - and be able to fix it right after making the submission.
    Or at least get a SP refund if canceled within x number of minutes.
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  8. CWK's Avatar
    As of now my scores dont get added to the leaderboards anyway unless I get admin help. Lol 2 accepted subs currently here that are not listed. Maybe because I have higher scores pending. I sure hope that is the case
  9. bensweeneyonbass's Avatar
    I agree it can be a hassle but I believe the PREVIEW function would be the way to go and to not have the ability to change it at all once it’s made.

    You never know the intentions of someone if they edit their submission. I agree it’s probably like 99.9% of the people would use it fairly and reasonably but I stand by TG’s decision to make it a permanent and un-editable package once you hit submit.

    The PREVIEW function would be perfectly sufficient if you ask me.
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