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Inspired Wordsmith
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Asking about the Wishlist Problem


I was wondering if you have any new information concerning the Wishlist issues people are having on the B&N website?  Many of us have "workarounds" for the issue of not being able to add directly to the wishlist using the "add" button, but it is a pain.  I know this has been going on for a couple of months now.  I have PMed several people, including links to show I am not the only one having a problem, but no one has ever gotten back to me about the issue.  I would really just like to know if anything is being done or is using the "add to wishlist" via the B&N website just DOA?  Any response would be greatly appreciated.


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