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Navigation difficulty.

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When I used to click the drop down radio button it used to take me directly to a website after I clicked on of the the sites I had stored. After updating, when I click on one of my stored websites Firefox remains idle and I have to then click the "go to website arrow" in order to proceed. I would like it so that when I select a website from the radio button, that it will automatically take me to that site as it has done in the past.

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Hi cor-el my problem with sites not allowing access inc this one are now all resolved ....but I havent changed anything!!! and there have been no updates ...so what is going on? Are there secret hidden updates to firefox, or is this something to do with my isp? Or is it something else entirely? Whats going on? thanks for reading I really dont understand why this has happened rep

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That issue can be caused by the AVG Safe Search extension


Start Firefox in Diagnose Firefox issues using Troubleshoot Mode to check if one of the extensions or if hardware acceleration is causing the problem (switch to the DEFAULT theme: Firefox/Tools > Add-ons > Appearance/Themes).

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Hi cor-el my problem with sites not allowing access inc this one are now all resolved ....but I havent changed anything!!! and there have been no updates ...so what is going on? Are there secret hidden updates to firefox, or is this something to do with my isp? Or is it something else entirely? Whats going on? thanks for reading I really dont understand why this has happened rep

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Thanks so much cor-el. That solved it perfectly when I disabled my extensions. I sincerely appreciate it.

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You're welcome