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lecia

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I have firefox as my browers due to issues I was having with internet explorier. I was helped in the high jack this log forum and the man that helped me out so much told me to try firefox, I did and I love it but it has it's faults. I use yahoo as my email and when I reply or email someone I can't change my fonts, colors, or the size of my letters because there is nothing there anymore. The biggest problem that I'm having right now is when I get an email from someone that has a weblink for me to click onto, I can click onto it and it opens a new window than an error message shows that says error 404, now if I log into internet explor. it works and takes me to the website. I have posted on firefox forum 3 times for help and nobody has emailed me back with any advice.

Can someone please help!! :tazz:
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a quick google for 'firefox extension yahoo mail font' leads me to the eWebmail extension. it's a bit buggy, as indicated in this link http://patsis.brownh...i.html#ewebmail but should give you what you want. if you're not happy, firefox has tons of other extensions for the same thing you can try.

firefox is giving you 404 because mail programs abbreviate web links a lot and in a way that only IE can figure out, apparently. just right click on the link, go to properties and you'll see the entire link in the window. copy and paste that and you should lose the 404's.
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:tazz: Thank you for you help!! :)
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