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 Sorry again for the late reply. I couldn't get the image in to the message via drag and drop. It read error can not use this file extension in message. It was a jpeg screen cap. What is acceptable here bitmap?


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Hi,

 

Jpeg should work but I'm not user about drag and drop. The way I do is to click the button More Reply Options and attach the file.


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I'm not sure if this was the d/l problem I was having-I have been using this new Win 10 64-bit machine-my first ever 64-bit-for a few weeks. When I installed FF I wasn't aware there was a 32/64 bit choice. I've had the 32 installed until 10 minutes ago. When I tried the d/l option you mentioned I got an unresponsive plugin message. So I used the basic upload for screen cap. Here it is-finally. Please excuse my delays and ignorance!!


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I forgot to click Attach This File to last message!

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Hi,
 
Check the Display Settings, the image show my current settings
 
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Thanks-that worked on mine great! I'll check her settings later this evening and report back.


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