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When are you going to contact pogo.com? After you contact pogo, Then they will remove headline on pogo.

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When are you going to contact pogo.com? After you contact pogo, Then they will remove headline on pogo.


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When are you going to contact pogo.com? After you contact pogo, Then they will remove headline on pogo. ''edited and unlocking it''

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Thank you. Pogo finely remove the headline. it all from you; Mozilla Firefox.

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the-edmeister
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Please re-read what philipp told you on 11/19/15 in your first thread. https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1095029#answer-808254

It has been over 3 months since you got this response from Pogo support.

11-20-2015 12:02 PM @rebels066 The header will be removed from Pogo.com once it has been officially confirmed that ll issues are resolved and this may take some time. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause! Thank you, The Answers HQ Team

Why don't you ask them how long it takes them to confirm a customer support issue such as that. Or maybe they haven't resolved their issue with Java yet ...

Bottom line: It's not up to Firefox support to act as an intermediary between a website and users of that website. You are their 'customer' or client, not Mozilla.

And as volunteer support contributor, I'm not going to step in and contact Pogo support on your behalf - I have already wasted too much of my life reading all the user complaints posted here over the last 8 years about compatibility issues with the Pogo.com website and / or their online games. That website is like a "dog that won't hunt", IMO; don't expect that old dog to learn how to hunt after so many years, you love it as a pet or you give it away. IOW, use what works and ignore what doesn't work.

Please re-read what philipp told you on 11/19/15 in your first thread. https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1095029#answer-808254 It has been over 3 months since you got this response from Pogo support. <blockquote>11-20-2015 12:02 PM @rebels066 The header will be removed from Pogo.com once it has been officially confirmed that ll issues are resolved and this may take some time. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause! Thank you, The Answers HQ Team </blockquote> Why don't you ask them how long it takes them to confirm a customer support issue such as that. Or maybe they haven't resolved their issue with Java yet ... Bottom line: It's not up to Firefox support to act as an intermediary between a website and users of that website. You are their 'customer' or client, not Mozilla. And as volunteer support contributor, I'm not going to step in and contact Pogo support on your behalf - I have already wasted too much of my life reading all the user complaints posted here over the last 8 years about compatibility issues with the Pogo.com website and / or their online games. That website is like a "dog that won't hunt", IMO; don't expect that old dog to learn how to hunt after so many years, you love it as a pet or you give it away. IOW, use what works and ignore what doesn't work.
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by the way, the java plugin is now officially "finished" as well: https://blogs.oracle.com/java-platform-group/entry/moving_to_a_plugin_free :))

by the way, the java plugin is now officially "finished" as well: https://blogs.oracle.com/java-platform-group/entry/moving_to_a_plugin_free :))

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philipp said

by the way, the java plugin is now officially "finished" as well: https://blogs.oracle.com/java-platform-group/entry/moving_to_a_plugin_free :))

please contact pogo and let them know. Then once they hear from you,

Then the headline from pogo will be remove.
          Thank you.
''philipp [[#answer-836970|said]]'' <blockquote> by the way, the java plugin is now officially "finished" as well: https://blogs.oracle.com/java-platform-group/entry/moving_to_a_plugin_free :)) </blockquote> please contact pogo and let them know. Then once they hear from you, Then the headline from pogo will be remove. Thank you.

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the-edmeister said

Please re-read what philipp told you on 11/19/15 in your first thread. https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1095029#answer-808254 It has been over 3 months since you got this response from Pogo support.
11-20-2015 12:02 PM @rebels066 The header will be removed from Pogo.com once it has been officially confirmed that ll issues are resolved and this may take some time. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause! Thank you, The Answers HQ Team

Why don't you ask them how long it takes them to confirm a customer support issue such as that. Or maybe they haven't resolved their issue with Java yet ...

Bottom line: It's not up to Firefox support to act as an intermediary between a website and users of that website. You are their 'customer' or client, not Mozilla.

And as volunteer support contributor, I'm not going to step in and contact Pogo support on your behalf - I have already wasted too much of my life reading all the user complaints posted here over the last 8 years about compatibility issues with the Pogo.com website and / or their online games. That website is like a "dog that won't hunt", IMO; don't expect that old dog to learn how to hunt after so many years, you love it as a pet or you give it away. IOW, use what works and ignore what doesn't work.

I did, They need to hear it from you.

''the-edmeister [[#answer-836956|said]]'' <blockquote> Please re-read what philipp told you on 11/19/15 in your first thread. https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1095029#answer-808254 It has been over 3 months since you got this response from Pogo support. <blockquote>11-20-2015 12:02 PM @rebels066 The header will be removed from Pogo.com once it has been officially confirmed that ll issues are resolved and this may take some time. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause! Thank you, The Answers HQ Team </blockquote> Why don't you ask them how long it takes them to confirm a customer support issue such as that. Or maybe they haven't resolved their issue with Java yet ... Bottom line: It's not up to Firefox support to act as an intermediary between a website and users of that website. You are their 'customer' or client, not Mozilla. And as volunteer support contributor, I'm not going to step in and contact Pogo support on your behalf - I have already wasted too much of my life reading all the user complaints posted here over the last 8 years about compatibility issues with the Pogo.com website and / or their online games. That website is like a "dog that won't hunt", IMO; don't expect that old dog to learn how to hunt after so many years, you love it as a pet or you give it away. IOW, use what works and ignore what doesn't work. </blockquote> I did, They need to hear it from you.

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rebels01 said

the-edmeister said
Please re-read what philipp told you on 11/19/15 in your first thread. https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1095029#answer-808254 It has been over 3 months since you got this response from Pogo support.
11-20-2015 12:02 PM @rebels066 The header will be removed from Pogo.com once it has been officially confirmed that ll issues are resolved and this may take some time. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause! Thank you, The Answers HQ Team

Why don't you ask them how long it takes them to confirm a customer support issue such as that. Or maybe they haven't resolved their issue with Java yet ...

Bottom line: It's not up to Firefox support to act as an intermediary between a website and users of that website. You are their 'customer' or client, not Mozilla.

And as volunteer support contributor, I'm not going to step in and contact Pogo support on your behalf - I have already wasted too much of my life reading all the user complaints posted here over the last 8 years about compatibility issues with the Pogo.com website and / or their online games. That website is like a "dog that won't hunt", IMO; don't expect that old dog to learn how to hunt after so many years, you love it as a pet or you give it away. IOW, use what works and ignore what doesn't work.

I did, They need to hear it from you.

Sorry.
''rebels01 [[#answer-837135|said]]'' <blockquote> ''the-edmeister [[#answer-836956|said]]'' <blockquote> Please re-read what philipp told you on 11/19/15 in your first thread. https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1095029#answer-808254 It has been over 3 months since you got this response from Pogo support. <blockquote>11-20-2015 12:02 PM @rebels066 The header will be removed from Pogo.com once it has been officially confirmed that ll issues are resolved and this may take some time. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause! Thank you, The Answers HQ Team </blockquote> Why don't you ask them how long it takes them to confirm a customer support issue such as that. Or maybe they haven't resolved their issue with Java yet ... Bottom line: It's not up to Firefox support to act as an intermediary between a website and users of that website. You are their 'customer' or client, not Mozilla. And as volunteer support contributor, I'm not going to step in and contact Pogo support on your behalf - I have already wasted too much of my life reading all the user complaints posted here over the last 8 years about compatibility issues with the Pogo.com website and / or their online games. That website is like a "dog that won't hunt", IMO; don't expect that old dog to learn how to hunt after so many years, you love it as a pet or you give it away. IOW, use what works and ignore what doesn't work. </blockquote> I did, They need to hear it from you. Sorry.

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rebels01 said

rebels01 said
the-edmeister said
Please re-read what philipp told you on 11/19/15 in your first thread. https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1095029#answer-808254 It has been over 3 months since you got this response from Pogo support.
11-20-2015 12:02 PM @rebels066 The header will be removed from Pogo.com once it has been officially confirmed that ll issues are resolved and this may take some time. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause! Thank you, The Answers HQ Team

Why don't you ask them how long it takes them to confirm a customer support issue such as that. Or maybe they haven't resolved their issue with Java yet ...

Bottom line: It's not up to Firefox support to act as an intermediary between a website and users of that website. You are their 'customer' or client, not Mozilla.

And as volunteer support contributor, I'm not going to step in and contact Pogo support on your behalf - I have already wasted too much of my life reading all the user complaints posted here over the last 8 years about compatibility issues with the Pogo.com website and / or their online games. That website is like a "dog that won't hunt", IMO; don't expect that old dog to learn how to hunt after so many years, you love it as a pet or you give it away. IOW, use what works and ignore what doesn't work.

I did, They need to hear it from you.

Sorry.

please you got to. please!!!!!

''rebels01 [[#answer-837136|said]]'' <blockquote> ''rebels01 [[#answer-837135|said]]'' <blockquote> ''the-edmeister [[#answer-836956|said]]'' <blockquote> Please re-read what philipp told you on 11/19/15 in your first thread. https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1095029#answer-808254 It has been over 3 months since you got this response from Pogo support. <blockquote>11-20-2015 12:02 PM @rebels066 The header will be removed from Pogo.com once it has been officially confirmed that ll issues are resolved and this may take some time. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause! Thank you, The Answers HQ Team </blockquote> Why don't you ask them how long it takes them to confirm a customer support issue such as that. Or maybe they haven't resolved their issue with Java yet ... Bottom line: It's not up to Firefox support to act as an intermediary between a website and users of that website. You are their 'customer' or client, not Mozilla. And as volunteer support contributor, I'm not going to step in and contact Pogo support on your behalf - I have already wasted too much of my life reading all the user complaints posted here over the last 8 years about compatibility issues with the Pogo.com website and / or their online games. That website is like a "dog that won't hunt", IMO; don't expect that old dog to learn how to hunt after so many years, you love it as a pet or you give it away. IOW, use what works and ignore what doesn't work. </blockquote> I did, They need to hear it from you. Sorry. </blockquote> please you got to. please!!!!!

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the-edmeister said

Please re-read what philipp told you on 11/19/15 in your first thread. https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1095029#answer-808254 It has been over 3 months since you got this response from Pogo support.
11-20-2015 12:02 PM @rebels066 The header will be removed from Pogo.com once it has been officially confirmed that ll issues are resolved and this may take some time. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause! Thank you, The Answers HQ Team

Why don't you ask them how long it takes them to confirm a customer support issue such as that. Or maybe they haven't resolved their issue with Java yet ...

Bottom line: It's not up to Firefox support to act as an intermediary between a website and users of that website. You are their 'customer' or client, not Mozilla.

And as volunteer support contributor, I'm not going to step in and contact Pogo support on your behalf - I have already wasted too much of my life reading all the user complaints posted here over the last 8 years about compatibility issues with the Pogo.com website and / or their online games. That website is like a "dog that won't hunt", IMO; don't expect that old dog to learn how to hunt after so many years, you love it as a pet or you give it away. IOW, use what works and ignore what doesn't work.

Sorry but only way pogo will remove the headline that you contact them.

''the-edmeister [[#answer-836956|said]]'' <blockquote> Please re-read what philipp told you on 11/19/15 in your first thread. https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1095029#answer-808254 It has been over 3 months since you got this response from Pogo support. <blockquote>11-20-2015 12:02 PM @rebels066 The header will be removed from Pogo.com once it has been officially confirmed that ll issues are resolved and this may take some time. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause! Thank you, The Answers HQ Team </blockquote> Why don't you ask them how long it takes them to confirm a customer support issue such as that. Or maybe they haven't resolved their issue with Java yet ... Bottom line: It's not up to Firefox support to act as an intermediary between a website and users of that website. You are their 'customer' or client, not Mozilla. And as volunteer support contributor, I'm not going to step in and contact Pogo support on your behalf - I have already wasted too much of my life reading all the user complaints posted here over the last 8 years about compatibility issues with the Pogo.com website and / or their online games. That website is like a "dog that won't hunt", IMO; don't expect that old dog to learn how to hunt after so many years, you love it as a pet or you give it away. IOW, use what works and ignore what doesn't work. </blockquote> Sorry but only way pogo will remove the headline that you contact them.

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Thank you. Pogo finely remove the headline. it all from you; Mozilla Firefox.

     Thank you again.
{  Mozilla Firefox is #1}
                   rebels01
Thank you. Pogo finely remove the headline. it all from you; Mozilla Firefox. Thank you again. { Mozilla Firefox is #1} rebels01

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Now I can't play World Class Solitaire

on Firefox, cause game run very slow 

but if I go to google.com /internet explorer I don't have any problem. The problem is coming from Firefox. and there is no way I can contact them to tell them. Why the game don't work on Firefox? new update from Firefox?

                         HELP ME! Thank you.
Now I can't play World Class Solitaire on Firefox, cause game run very slow but if I go to google.com /internet explorer I don't have any problem. The problem is coming from Firefox. and there is no way I can contact them to tell them. Why the game don't work on Firefox? new update from Firefox? HELP ME! Thank you.

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rebels01 said

Now I can't play World Class Solitaire on Firefox, cause game run very slow but if I go to google.com /internet explorer I don't have any problem. The problem is coming from Firefox. and there is no way I can contact Pogo them to tell them about the problem. The EA help wont load on Pogo. Why the game don't work on Firefox? new update from Firefox? HELP ME! Thank you.
''rebels01 [[#answer-845547|said]]'' <blockquote> Now I can't play World Class Solitaire on Firefox, cause game run very slow but if I go to google.com /internet explorer I don't have any problem. The problem is coming from Firefox. and there is no way I can contact Pogo them to tell them about the problem. The EA help wont load on Pogo. Why the game don't work on Firefox? new update from Firefox? HELP ME! Thank you.

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rebels01 said

rebels01 said
Now I can't play World Class Solitaire on Firefox, cause game run very slow but if I go to google.com /internet explorer I don't have any problem. The problem is coming from Firefox. and there is no way I can contact Pogo to tell them about the problem. The EA help wont load on Pogo. Why the game don't work on Firefox? new update from Firefox? HELP ME! Thank you.
''rebels01 [[#answer-845548|said]]'' <blockquote> ''rebels01 [[#answer-845547|said]]'' <blockquote> Now I can't play World Class Solitaire on Firefox, cause game run very slow but if I go to google.com /internet explorer I don't have any problem. The problem is coming from Firefox. and there is no way I can contact Pogo to tell them about the problem. The EA help wont load on Pogo. Why the game don't work on Firefox? new update from Firefox? HELP ME! Thank you.
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