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'Reply' and 'Forward' buttons have vanished

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by Duke Sharp, Jul 3, 2008.

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  1. Duke Sharp

    Duke Sharp Thread Starter

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    I'm mystified. The 'Reply' and 'Forward' buttons have vanished from my hotmail account, and will not open attachments on one of three computers I use regularly, a MacBook a couple of years old. Also use a MacbookPro, and a PC, hotmail is OK on both. Was operating nearly normally... except it would not attach a 9.7MB file. Shut it off, returned a few hours later, and suddenly, hotmail was useless.
    Any clues?
    Thanks
    DS
     
  2. ricfiji

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    maybe u should try using another browser..apart from the one ur using now..try the new opera 9.5 or firefox..see if it works
     
  3. Duke Sharp

    Duke Sharp Thread Starter

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    Good idea, but one I had already tried. Mozilla, Safari and Explorer. Safari won't even display the hotmail page, always shows an error message.
     
  4. Duke Sharp

    Duke Sharp Thread Starter

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    Just tried Opera, and now hotmail looks like it should. How weird is this? Safari, Explorer and Mozilla all work just fine on the MacBookPro, and until two days ago worked on this machine. No new software, no changes that I'm aware of... it just quit working with hotmail. Stupid frickin' machines, what a silly nuisance.

    Thanks for you help.

    If anyone has some clues why the other browsers simultaneously puked, I'd like to hear about it.
    DS
     
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