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Toss It! has closed for entries. Vote now! Answered

Dozens of paper airplanes have been entered and many deserve a first or second look so check them out and vote for your favorites!

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westfw

10 years ago

Um. How do I see ALL the entries? The contest banner says there are 68 entries, but I can't see more than about 25 via the context page sort options...

that's a known bug. hopefully it'll be fixed soon.

Still broken. Does this mean the only way to view all the entries is to search instructables as a whole? Yuck! The current state of things seems to give an unfair advantage to the entries that are reachable via the contest page...

I wish I get 1000 more views and ratings!
*closes eyes, crosses fingers, does the polka three times backwards with his aunt's nephew*

Crap
Didn't work :' (

The Evil Eye!
The Evil Eye!

<(O)>

Yea hath looked upon it, yea shall surely die!
There is but one way, to dodge thine doom,
Check out this ible! Make it well and send it flying 'round your room!
If yea don't, your life will dwindle!

Oh hark, the Evil Eye!

Hey fungus, does instructables have a way to prevent, or take into account, sock puppet voting?

Sock puppets are multiple accounts created by a user for the express purpose of making the user look better, they've been around since the usenet days, a user sets up fake accounts, then uses the fake accounts to praise their position, argue against their own position using patently absurd arguments, vote for themselves, etc.

Aha.

Hey!
You learn something new everyday.

Know what that means? No more learning for the rest of the day! (impossibility factor = infinity)

From my understanding it is when someone makes up a false account to get ahead. For example, make a new account to vote for yourself.

I hate it when people do that. Especially when they do stuff like that at school. They make something similar to your name, and trick you. :(

It's not letting us vote for any of the planes. Is just says there's an error or something.

You're right, there was a problem. The settings have been changed to allow votes once again.