Poster corrections

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I thought that poster corrections were in limbo, as they have been since 2015 or earlier. I have an outstanding poster correction at (the most recent version) which has been languishing for years now.
If the correction process is now live, you should probably remove this  response from the Photo/poster Correction section:
"Photo/poster corrections are currently closed
Photo/poster corrections are awaiting migration to a new system and are not currently being processed. Submissions are on hold."

I've just tried the process outlined by Col above, but it should be general knowledge.

Note: This conversation was created from a reply on: Poster corrections.
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Hi David -

We currently do allow Poster name/title tag corrections through the media "Edit Tag" or Poster deletion requests through the media  "Report"  button:

I was unable to access the old Get Satisfaction thread you referenced.  If the information posted on the existing thread is outdated I will be happy to close that thread, please just check again for the active thread and send the link  and I can take a look.
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Dear Michelle,
That incorrect poster has now been removed; thanks! The old reference links were:
170603-170304-881200 2017-06-03 17:03:04 "Out of the Unknown" (1965) {Stranger in the Family (#1.3)}
Miscellaneous Corrections -  1 correction cancelled
150624-041245-043200 2015-06-24 04:12:45

At the time they were submitted, those Edit/Report buttons had obviously not been added yet. As I said in my reply, perhaps the Help pages on Poster/photo corrections should be updated to reflect the new utiliities.
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Hi David,

I've taken a look at our help pages and I couldn't see any links to the outdated method. Have you got a link to where you saw this and I'll look at getting it updated?