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    Reset button for challenges

    I like to revisit challenges I have done before but then I have to re-check each day to clear up the crosses. It will be great if the team can add a progress reset button for each challenge, so that you don't have to press 30 times to reset.

    Just a suggestion.

    #2
    Darebee stores stuff like this on your computer. If you delete this data all the challenge progess is gone.
    Here is how you do it:
    Press [F12] on Windows ([Option]+[Command]+[i] on Safari/Mac OS), that will open developer-tools on most browsers, select Local Storage-> right click into the list-> select 'delete all'. Press [F5] for reload and you are good to go.

    Firefox:

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    It's just a hack, but works and beats 30 clicks until somebody makes a 'Reset' button.

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      #3
      Andi64 is that only for the page you're on at the moment, or for everything stored from darebee?

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        #4
        lofivelcro that's for the whole site. But the different pages have different keys, so you can select which to delete, if you want to keep some. If you are on the page and toggle one of the checkboxes you can see the change live:

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        aaaStyledabs-1: would be for Daily Abs, aaaStyleshero-1 for SquatHero. Like I said, it's a hack, not very elegant, but it works.

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          #5
          Originally posted by Andi64 View Post
          lofivelcro that's for the whole site.
          Ah, okay, that's what I thought. Thanks for clarifying. Still very useful, I rarely look at past challenges and/or programs and marvel at my past accomplishments, so nothing of value would be lost.

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            #6
            Andi64 thanks for the tutorial. I will try that out at some point.

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