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I'm not sure if this is happening just with me or if everyone is seeing this. It's not really a problem, functionally, but the nitpicker is wearing off on me.
At the end of a full 36 question round and after reviewing all of the wrong answers, not that I have a lot , the applet tells you to click the 'done' button to start a new round, or something like that. The button that is displayed for me is the 'next answer' button.
Just thought I would let you know since it sounds like you're doing a re-write at this time.
 
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Building a Better World in your Backyard by Paul Wheaton and Shawn Klassen-Koop
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