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 Posted: Sat Jun 6th, 2015 01:44 am
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Seems OK now . i managed after several attempts to restore to an earlier point. and that finally brought me back to where i was before allowing a mozzilla update.   I believe the update caused the problem.  Thanks Max and Alan .



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Hi Sparky , was it just in Firefox ? Or were you having problems with other programs ? If it happens again its worth right clicking on your desktop go into display options and check the screen resolution. If this was changed to too high a setting by the update it can push the display out too far taking some of it off screen

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Thanks Matt.   It appeared to be all programs , Something possibly AVG was stopping  me getting a restore point that covered the period prior to a Mozilla update.   Sometimes the pc just goes in to an update situation when i shut down , thats not bad,  but when there was an optional update is when i had the problem.  So i may ignore those in the future.
Still thanks for the tip i will try that another time.



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I have just uploaded a jpg to the gallery and now wish to include it in a post but get the message 'Sorry, your Browser does not support this Operation', why is this, I'm using Google Chrome.

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Simple answer to that Roy.Use Firefox.



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RoyP wrote: I have just uploaded a jpg to the gallery and now wish to include it in a post but get the message 'Sorry, your Browser does not support this Operation', why is this, I'm using Google Chrome.
Roy, Google Chrome, like some versions of Internet Explorer, expect all web sites to be updated by the Owners as soon as changes to Chrome & IE occur.
Firefox on the other hand, while they do have updates , is a far more flexible browser with web sites.



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Thanks for both replies, have now managed to post picture using 'Maxthon Nitro' browser, no problem.

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Let us know if you come across any other issue's with that browser Roy, would be good to have a second string to our bow in case something happens to Firefox     Cheers  Matt

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All seems fine so far!!

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I'm trailing the android version on my nexus 7 tablet as we speak Roy . can't post photos up and have to watch vids via a link if posted but then all browsers struggle with flash video format on the nexus running android. Other than that it seams fast and doesn't have a couple of niggles I was having with Firefox on android which is good . just remains to be seen how stable it is after updates etc , but so far so good
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Just so this is at the top of recent posts as a reminder.



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