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   StormCnter  Just for additional information on the Firefox discussions: I have three browsers, but have mostly used Chrome recently. Today, Chrome was very slow, so I switched to Firefox. There were no...I repeat NO ugly ads on the Lucianne home page. I have AdBlockPlus for Firefox, but took no additional steps for the Lucianne home page.
Bliss is not having to look at toenail fungus ads or the horrific ruined celebrity faces.
Yesterday at 05:20 EST .



   Tulsa  In FF with ABP there were no ads Sunday. Yesterday and today there are ads on the homepage and any article page I selected. I click refresh and they disappear. The refresh does not hold. I've emailed ABP repeatedly and given my email. No response so far.
22 hours ago .




   Tulsa  Storm, to use FF again:

I had two problems with FF. The instructions below stop FF asking your location. Go to this link:

https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/geolocation/

Scroll down to' How do I turn off Location-Aware browsing permanently?' Click and follow the directions. It's short and sweet...easy peasy.

____________

The first set of instructions I posted was for another problem. ... the one that involved typing %7C in the homepage slot in Internet options....I confused my notes and I apologize to you and everyone else.
April 21 at 17:30 EST .



   StormCnter  There are never apologies necessary for offering advice, my good friend. People can always take it and use it or pass by it. You're always helpful and I thank you.
April 21 at 17:39 EST .




   Planononna  Just logged on to the Main page.There are absolutely no ads!! After a barrage of disgusting
for weeks and weeks, there is not one ad. I hope it lasts. Thank you to whoever is responsible.
April 21 at 12:30 EST .



   Planononna  wrong page. sorry. belongs on computer and tech issues
April 21 at 12:36 EST .


   Tulsa  There was a thread discussion on the main board that Lucianne may have read. (Article about google adding ad blocker to chrome. )

I know people are coming to Lucianne seeing that mess and leaving...not commenting, not posting articles.

In FF with ABP enabled, I clicked 'refresh' and the ads disappeared, but I must do that every time I leave and come back.

I don't know if Lucianne was even aware they were there. I email Luis, but I doubt I was the only one. By doing inspect element, I could see over half of the ads were by google, spymaster supreme.
April 21 at 17:20 EST .




   Tulsa  Storm, the correct way to stop location warnings by FF and use that browser again is below under the comment from Mike in PHX.

Also you were mentioned on the Computer wall about MS updates. I haven't seen you here recently, so I answered for you. Pls make certain I stated your words correctly.
April 21 at 09:26 EST .



   Mike PHX  Mmmkay...
April 21 at 11:49 EST .


   StormCnter  Tulsa, I went to the Computer Wall and answered RWB. You are right about my Update advice. I'm still running Windows 7 and very happy about it.
April 21 at 14:49 EST .


   StormCnter  Also, it must have been someone else who needed help with Firefox. I don't use it much any more.
April 21 at 14:50 EST .




   Bmoc  Hopefully I am posting this in the proper place. My fifth audio book was just released a few days back. This one is a children's book for kids and adults alike. It was a tale told to me by my seven-year-old grandson and is about the love between the two of us. It's also in e-book and paperback form on Amazon. This story is only 50 minutes long and sells for $3.95. You don't need a special tablet, or device as you can listen from your pc or device. The name of the story is "Johnny Robot - Space Alien." http://tinyurl.com/nyy3kb4

Thanks for reading!
Verwayne
Bmoc here
April 21 at 09:17 EST .




   Bmoc  Hopefully I am posting this in the proper place. My fifth audio book was just released a few days back. This one is a children's book for kids and adults alike. It was a tale told to me by my seven-year-old grandson and is about the love between the two of us. It's also in e-book and paperback form on Amazon. This story is only 50 minutes long and sells for $3.95. You don't need a special tablet, or device as you can listen from your pc or device. The name of the story is "Johnny Robot - Space Alien." http://tinyurl.com/nyy3kb4

Thanks for reading!
Verwayne
Bmoc here
April 21 at 08:22 EST .




   Tulsa  In Firefox with ABP installed, click refresh and the ads disappear. If I leave and return, the ads return. Click refresh and they are gone. I have no idea what is going on....but I did report the problem to ABP once.

I posted on the main page on an article about chrome adding adblocker and on the Computers wall, but know more will see this info here.
April 20 at 23:44 EST .

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   Mike PHX  So glad Mei Dei is OK. I've been checking daily here for updates.
April 20 at 21:55 EST .

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   Tulsa  I don't know where you saw that, Mike, but I'm happy Mei is ok too.
April 20 at 23:45 EST .

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   StormCnter  Mei will be away from the computer for an unknown time. She is appreciative of prayers and good thoughts being sent her way.
April 21 at 05:10 EST .




   Tulsa  I may? have confused instructions that stop FF asking your location. Go to this link:

https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/geolocation/

Scroll down to' How do I turn off Location-Aware browsing permanently?' Click and follow the directions.
April 19 at 09:49 EST .

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   Kono  It appears to have worked for me. Thanks!
April 19 at 13:52 EST .

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   Tulsa  I found this note yesterday and realized I gave other directions to stop the FF share your location message. I have done both the above and the other info I shared to this pc.

Also Att only provided some of the info needed to block unwanted calls. Immediately after an unwanted call, press *61 THEN turn on the phone (we have a cordless phone with a landline ). You will hear 3 short tones, then a delay (so wait! ), then a message the number has been blocked.

Att's site directions mixes directions for blocking on the cordless phone with on line site blocking. Not helpful at all.

Anonymous calls may be blocked by pressing *77, turn the phone one and wait for a message.
April 19 at 14:19 EST .

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   Tulsa  It's *61#, but att did not tell anyone that. It's also *77# and that is one time only for anonymous calls. The *61# is after every call to be blocked.
April 20 at 21:06 EST .

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   Lonestar Jack  I am perplexed as to why the liberal news outlets bemoan the horrific killing of all the children by the Syrians etc and yet continue to elect pro-abortion politicians. I suspect they can spin some reason for being for and against the same position.
April 10 at 14:54 EST .

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   Kono  Because to them the will of the mother decides whether the baby is really a life? People who reject the idea of God as stupid are some of the first to ascribe Godlike powers to the human will. (Ability to create life and change sex with the flip of a thought... )
April 11 at 15:26 EST .

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   GO3  For a mother to be pro-abortion she must not only view her desires above God, but she must also think of the child as nothing more than a tumor as an extension of her body rather than a new life relying on the mother for support. She is not only spiritually devoid, but also scientifically ignorant.
April 13 at 00:08 EST .

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