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Why can't I send you a screen shot ????

Why can't I send you a screen shot ????

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Hello baergy, you can't do when you asked a question for the first time, BUT you can do it with a reply to your first question, see : How do I create a screenshot of my problem?

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ideato 893 solutions 6250 answers

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Hello baergy, you can't do when you asked a question for the first time, BUT you can do it with a reply to your first question, see : How do I create a screenshot of my problem?

thank you

Hello baergy, you can't do when you asked a question for the first time, BUT you can do it with a reply to your first question, see : [https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/how-do-i-create-screenshot-my-problem#os=win7&browser=fx18 How do I create a screenshot of my problem?] thank you

Question owner

last night I had captured a screen shot of an attacker trying to get me to click on their invitation to download a Firefox fix. I wanted to make Firefox aware of the possible problem. After a solid hour of looking I could find no where to sound an alarm ! ! I guess now, that it's "No Biggy"

Sincerely, Bill

last night I had captured a screen shot of an attacker trying to get me to click on their invitation to download a Firefox fix. I wanted to make Firefox aware of the possible problem. After a solid hour of looking I could find no where to sound an alarm ! ! I guess now, that it's "No Biggy" Sincerely, Bill
ideato 893 solutions 6250 answers

If you have not delete the history maybe you can find the link of the page (with the attacker) in there : Viewing the browsing history - Firefox


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If you have not delete the '''history''' maybe you can find the link of the page (with the attacker) in there : [http://kb.mozillazine.org/Viewing_the_browsing_history_-_Firefox Viewing the browsing history - Firefox] thank you

Question owner

So here is the location of the notification that I pulled out of the history : <http://applianceoutfitters.com/update.html>

Bill

So here is the location of the notification that I pulled out of the history : <http://applianceoutfitters.com/update.html> Bill