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This is in reference to a typo in the drop down menu at the right side of the header (it shows the user's icon and says "You").  The first option in this dropdown is "You Page", but it seems it should actually be "YouR Page"

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JM1999 (author)2015-02-12

What they do need to do though is add a profile link on the drop down menu!

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antoniraj (author)JM19992015-03-11

you can add the profile link in the drop down menu in Shortcuts, customize and then Profile.

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JM1999 (author)antoniraj2015-03-12

Thank you for reminding me!

I found this when I joined an it has been bugging me since...

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gussiegal (author)JM19992015-02-19

Clicking on the bolded text "You Page" takes you to your profile. Is this what you're looking for?

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JM1999 (author)gussiegal2015-02-20

No, I knew you could get there, it is the:

https://www.instructables.com/member/JM1999/ page I am looking for, it has the overview of the member.

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The name of the page is the "You Page" so I guess it could say "Your You Page" but that just seems excessive, haha

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Kiteman (author)2015-02-10

But, it's not "your page", it's "the page about you", isn't it?

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gussiegal (author)Kiteman2015-02-11

Sure, but grammatically "you page" <> "the page about you". Something like "your profile" sounds more correct

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Kiteman (author)gussiegal2015-02-12

Meh, I like it the way it is, but I guess each to their own? If you're really bothered, I don't think it's a bug, since it was deliberate, so maybe move this topic to Feedback?

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gmoon (author)Kiteman2015-02-10

Everybody's a critic, eh? ;-)

I think she's correct, grammatically. Either "your page" or "your YOU page" would be correct (but somewhat awkward).

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gussiegal (author)gmoon2015-02-11

Haha, I agree. "your you page" may be more accurate, but doesn't quite roll off the tongue ;)

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