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In the past, I had a button marked "Meta" along the top line button bar when I was in Spanish Language and culture. That top line is the one that has "Stackexchange" on the left.

Now, I don't see that button anymore. It looks like an accident, but I'm not sure. Is this intentional? Is it due to an error beyond my control? Is it due to something I'm doing wrong? Is there another way to get there?

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Can you give us a screenshot? I still see meta links on beta sites just fine; it's there on Spanish too but I'm not logged in. – Martijn Pieters Sep 16 '12 at 11:59
I no longer need this to be solved. I use the clickable navigator on the left of the top bar. This is labelled "StackExchange" with a down arrow next to it. That gives me the navigation tool I want. – Walter Mitty May 17 '15 at 12:09
Yes, the meta link was moved into that menu when that menu was redesigned. – Martijn Pieters May 17 '15 at 13:25

The link should be right up in the top bar:

Meta <3 FHC

If you don't see that, please provide a screen capture.

Per-site metas always have a URL with meta. prepended to the main site's domain name.

So the URL is:

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