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Solved: Icons gone missing

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by bigh47, Jun 29, 2007.

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  1. bigh47

    bigh47 Thread Starter

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    I'm running XP home using Mozilla. I was on another forum eve based when:-
    I was trying to edit and I think I hit the ctrl key and an other key. Now when I look at any post I dont see the icons that where there., icons for edit, reply with quotes etc. They can still accessed if you know where abouts they are located. In edit there is a button to bring up smilies it opens but the smilies can't be seen if you click where an smilie is it shows the graphic ie :) . Internet Explorer is similar.
    I'm not sure about TSG as I haven't been around recently.
    I have rebooted but things a still the same
    Any ideas?

    Thanks Howard.
     
  2. ozrom1e

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    Try a system restore to yesterday or the day before
     
  3. bigh47

    bigh47 Thread Starter

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    It won't restore to any of the 3 or 4 points I have chosen.
     
  4. bigh47

    bigh47 Thread Starter

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    OK so I right clicked where one of the images should be. An option "block images from xxx website". I deselected it and presto images back.Not only that site but this one too.
    Hey whatever works eh!

    Thanks
    Howard
     
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