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    Some help please? I would like a way to remove samples from my collection without deleting my rating, private notes, tags etc. If I move a sample to "No longer own" it kind of implies I used to have a bottle or split etc. and I'd prefer to just remove from my sample list (but keep the data). What am I missing here? Thanks. (If I hit delete it deletes the fragrance from "tried" and removes ratings etc, as if I never sniffed it) .
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    l don't know why it would be removed from your "tried" list. Every fragrance l've ever tried is still in my "tried" list, complete with ratings, etc. Perhaps there is a glitch happening here?
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    Default Re: Help with Wardrobe

    You can "unclick" "Have a sample" from each perfume, in your wardrobe. It will keep all your info. That, is how I do it.
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    I don't believe there is a "bulk" way to do this. I think you have to click on each perfume separately to do, what I think you asking, to do.
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    Yes, you do have to do each perfume individually, l think.
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    Yeah, I learned this the hard way, too.

    On each sample in your wardrobe, click it and it will take you to that perfume's page. If you have made any ratings or notes on it, "tried" automatically comes up on it as well as the "sample" designation that registered originally. You will lose any record of that perfume when you delete "sample" unless you rate it or note it or unless you click on "tried". When tried is designated then it is safe to unclick "sample" and the information should still exist under "tried". You have to do each perfume individually.
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    Default Re: Help with Wardrobe

    Yes. Thanks all. I was trying to do it "in bulk" from the sample list with the little squares next to each sample. I wanted to click "delete" for a bunch and have the system delete the fact that I owned these samples. Alas, seems it must be done one at a time. A luxury problem.
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