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    how to reply to a question

    by bracken66 ·

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    I am confused
    I have asked a technical question and had a reply. I now want to reply to this but have found no way of doing so. How do i reply please
    Firefox V82

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    • #2415649

      Look for the Reply link

      by Wizard57M-TR ·

      In reply to how to reply to a question

      toward the lower right below the answer you wish to reply to. There should be a link for “Best answer” and above that will be the reply, as well as a vote link.
      That is if everything works according to plan!
      Wiz 😉

      • #2415648

        Interesting !!

        by bracken66 ·

        In reply to Look for the Reply link

        What you describe is what I would have expected – But – I do not have any of these buttons, which is why I am confused. I have now put this forum link into an old version of Chrome, which I still have on my PC from years ago, and have the buttons, hence this reply.

        Now to find out what is wrong with Firefox, or rather what else is wrong with Firefox.

        thanks

        • #2415645

          Hehe, Firefox…

          by Wizard57M-TR ·

          In reply to Interesting !!

          I more or less gave up a bit over a year ago on FF
          when I started having problems with their reliance
          on pulseaudio in Linux. Switched to Palemoon,
          which is based on older FF.

        • #2415641

          Firefox

          by bracken66 ·

          In reply to Hehe, Firefox…

          Looked at Palemoon years ago but it was too new to do many things. I will look at it again. Like many people I am fed up with Firefox, or rather the developers. Every time they upgrade it !!! they break it and it takes ages, if at all, to get it working properly again. I was brought up in industry with the motto – if it aint broke don’t fix it. At least there is an easy way now to stop it upgrading rather than the hacking it used to require.

    • #2415625

      A test

      by bob.b ·

      In reply to how to reply to a question

      Restart FF with add-ons disabled.

      • #2415624

        Sorry for all the dupes

        by bob.b ·

        In reply to A test

        Had a bout of the vanishing post.

        (I fixed it Bob…Wiz)

      • #2415621

        Firefox problem

        by bracken66 ·

        In reply to A test

        Yes !!!!!!
        I already tried disabling add-ons one at a time.
        The answer was Ghostery – it seems to think the reply links are some sort of advert or tracker – weired
        thanks

        • #2415612

          Reply link……

          by birdmantd ·

          In reply to Firefox problem

          Is not an advertisement link, but it could have an effect on your computer’s cookies instead. Ghostery may have been a little aggressive trying to block cookies. I have no experience with that application so I don’t have any specific advice.

        • #2416778

          that’s the reason I haven’t installed it.

          by nopremx ·

          In reply to Reply link……

          Commenters said it could be heavy-handed.

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