Thank you for moving, but what about answering?
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Images that are pending review cannot be deleted or edited. Once the file has been reviewed, if approved you can delete it from your portfolio. If rejected, no further action is required as the file won't be online.
The invalid date message you are seeing is a known issue associated specifically with the Safari browser. The engineers are aware of it however I do not know when it will be fixed. For now, if you use a different browser you should see the dates listed as normal.
Images that are pending review CAN be deleted. There is a button there. But it works buggy.
As for invalid date. Your advice to change the browser is insulting. It takes five minutes and one programmer to fix such a bug. Instead you advice all mac users that use Safari to use "different browser". The top IT company such as Adobe unable to fix minor bug!
The engineers are aware, may be you need to inform somebody who really cares?
Please answer the questions.
i wasn't IN safari, i was using google chrome & had the same bug
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This is a known issue. You are not able to delete files pending review. Clicking the delete button on content in review only removes the first image on the page and not the selected content. Once an image has been removed, assuming it is approved you can delete it immediately from your portfolio at that time.
Do not attempt to delete pending files. We are working with the engineers to have that button removed but for now, please ignore it.
Whats the point to remove delete button? What if I change my mind after I had submitted an image?
You know it is something wrong that instead of fixing button functionality you propose to get rid of it.
Anyway do as you like.
Your promised the bug with dates to be fixed several months ago.
Your words about "the engineers are aware of it" and that "we are working with the engineers" make me laugh.
I ask you again to try to find the right person and report about the bug fix delays.
Believe me the bugs we talk about are very easy to fix.
Dates work in Safari, at least now.
One more thing - dates format is like "10/30/2017, 11:06:41 PM".
These slashes look a bit outdated.