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Santa Fe
Living With Diabetes.
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Re: [FireFox] Arrrgh....

Was gonna do that, then thought why not try again & then disable all extensions & plug-Ins (except flash) & see if I can narrow it down. So I update AGAIN & now it is working fine, even though I did the same things I did the first two times. Go Figure.
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plencnerb
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Well, at least you got it working.

I remember I had a strange issue with Firefox a while back...I had always did an upgrade, never a clean install...and finally after doing the upgrade on Version 9.x (I think I started with 3.x), something finally "broke". No idea what, but a clean install with a new profile fixed the problem.

I never did figure out what it was, but it worked, so I really did not think much about it.

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Oleg
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Last time a customer of my'n have had a simpler problem, and turns out it was a setting in the Ad Block Plus, it was set to block flash. So i would check all of your extensions that you have.


Santa Fe
Living With Diabetes.
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Checked Ad Blocks filters, nothing showing Flash being blocked. Just thought it was a little weird that first the update doesn't work then on the 3'rd try it does.
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