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UserMike

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Forgive me if this has already been posted but it's hard to see this when the forum is looking like it is for me right now.

I would like to post a pic in this post but the option to do so is no longer there so please click the following link.

http://img84.imagesh...9/forumswf2.jpg

Have I accidentally clicked a button to see what I am seeing?

Thanks.
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keithr128

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I've had that happen when I used a temporary file cleaner like ATF or CCleaner without closing my browser.
It goes back to normal in a day or so.
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If thats the case, then you just need to close your browser and run ATF again. That should clear it up.
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I have re-run ATF but the forum still looks the same. I will leave it for a day or two to see if things go back to normal.


Maybe I did run ATF without closing my browser! oops
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Try this:

Go to tools > options > privacy. Put a checkmark next to "Clear private data when I close Firefox", and click on Settings. Make sure Passwords is not checked, and everything else is checked and then click on OK. Close Firefox and reopen it, and see if it fixes it.
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^^ Worked a treat.

Thanks a lot.
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Glad I could help. :)
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