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If an orange triangle appears on an e-mail message, what can be done to protect?
Only IN THE LAST DAY OR 2, since I updated to version 42.0 did I start seeing this orange triangle on some e-mails. What action can I take to make the message content secure?? I never had this occur previously. My e-mail program is Yahoo.
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Thank you, jscher2000 for this test. I don't know what to attempt at this point in time. As I l look back at my update "problems", the first one was when my images/graphics had changes to the Firefox icon. Not all, but too many. I did "nothing" to precipitate this, and they still remain to this day because I could not find an answer to cure it.
Now there is another problem, that is affecting my e-mails, and that one is really hampering me, as I do not feel comfortable sending anything that is only partially encrypted.
Thank you once again for your guidance in an attempt to resolve
the problem. It is sincerely appreciated.
cor-el, it appears that the automatic update is functional, so I cannot attempt to utilize the suggestion.
Thank you, however, for all of your attempts to help me resolve this problem. It is sincerely appreciated.
Note that the new SVG icons landed via this bug:
- Bug 1175678 - Update icons for different Mixed Content Blocking states in the URL bar
Exactly what does this mean? Is there any "cure" for this problem. I am reaching the point where I do not know what to do.
Thank you for any other help you may be able to provide. I hate to lose Firefox to another browser, however I need to get a "clean version". I have never been able to get many of my image icons back to what they were (gifs, etc.), and this occurred quite some time ago.
Your assistance is always appreciated. :)