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Unable to open a link highited in attached picture with BLUE colour

Unable to open a link highited in attached picture with BLUE colour
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d3von 3 solutions 38 answers

I probably its something wrong with the website!! check something else

I probably its something wrong with the website!! check something else
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Dinushi Dhananjani
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Most likely problems with opening hyperlinks are connected with either the security restrictions of your Internet browser that doesn't allow opening pop-up windows, or with your Flash player plug-in that prevents you from opening URLs in local Flash files.

First of all, make sure that the hyperlink has been created correctly: put your mouse cursor over a hyperlink and see if it changes to a hand. If it does, please do the following:

   Open Adobe Flash Player Settings.(https://www.macromedia.com/support/documentation/en/flashplayer/help/settings_manager04.html)
   Click "Always Allow" and hit "Add location" as shown on the screenshot below:


   A trusted location here is a file or a folder that uses milder security settings and thus allows navigating between the hyperlinks in it.
   Then simply browse for the Flash presentation with broken hyperlinks or for the folder where it is stored:
   Play your Flash interaction and enjoy navigating between the hyperlinks!
Most likely problems with opening hyperlinks are connected with either the security restrictions of your Internet browser that doesn't allow opening pop-up windows, or with your Flash player plug-in that prevents you from opening URLs in local Flash files. First of all, make sure that the hyperlink has been created correctly: put your mouse cursor over a hyperlink and see if it changes to a hand. If it does, please do the following: Open Adobe Flash Player Settings.(https://www.macromedia.com/support/documentation/en/flashplayer/help/settings_manager04.html) Click "Always Allow" and hit "Add location" as shown on the screenshot below: A trusted location here is a file or a folder that uses milder security settings and thus allows navigating between the hyperlinks in it. Then simply browse for the Flash presentation with broken hyperlinks or for the folder where it is stored: Play your Flash interaction and enjoy navigating between the hyperlinks!
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Dinushi Dhananjani
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[[Knowledge Base Article|https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/hyperlinks-in-messages-not-working]]
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