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I've already put Ad Blocking to off in the Privacy menu. Is this something different?
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Is that in ZoneAlarm or the Browser? What browser are you using right now?
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Disable ZoneAlarm entirely and try it. Make sure you are on a trusted site when you do this...g2g would be a good one. :whistling:
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I put it to off in ZoneAlarm. I'm using FireFox.


No luck after disabling ZoneAlarm. :whistling:
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In Firefox, click Tools on the toolbar and select "Options". Click the "Privacy" icon and make sure "Allow sites to set cookies" is checked. Click on the "Content" icon and check all the boxes except "for originating web site only".
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This is just weird. Those were all checked. :whistling:
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This will end up being something simple...you just watch. :whistling:

Try this Microsoft Patch...

Edited by wannabe1, 22 April 2006 - 12:34 PM.

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The smilies are moving at 2 of my regular forums and I didn't do anything. :whistling:
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Delete all the cookies off your machine. Click Start, then Run, type prefetch, and click "Ok". Click "Edit" on the Prefetch folder toolbar and choose "Select All". Right click on a selected file, and choose "Delete".

Reboot and see if the animations work. Next we'll throw stones at it.... :whistling:
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I'm liking this stone-throwing idea. :whistling: I'll reboot now and tell you how it goes.
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Sorry, I had to eat quickly.





Smilies aren't moving on g2g, but on other forums they are.


/Runs outside and grabs stone.
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On all other forums?

Go to this page and test the Firefox Shockwave Plug-in.. You may need to reinstall the Shockwave Plug-in...
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It's not that. Yeah, this is weird. Now it's only on this forum. :whistling:
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Still got those rocks gathered up? I think we need to toss a few at the forum...I'm not getting e-mail notifications... :blink: Are you?

It's really odd that G2G is the only forum that won't let the gifs animate. I'll ask around a bit and see if anyone knows why this might be. AND why I'm not being notified of replies. That makes it a bit difficult to keep up with the people I'm helping... :whistling:
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Umm... they're moving now. And once again I didn't do anything. :whistling:
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