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  1. So sorry, I can't help with that. I know enough about the mobile technology just to get me by. I'm hoping that someone else reading this might be able to help you with that.
  2. Thanks, Mike. I'm not looking to switch email clients but thank you for the alternatives. I do get all replies to an email grouped into one conversation (string) but there are times when I need to forward 3 or more different conversations to someone and that's what I'm looking to figure out if I can do it in GMail. The other email client that we used allowed us to do that but I can't seem to find that functionality in GMail or in any of the labs that are avaiable. Thanks for trying, though : )
  3. I am using GMail and was wondering if there is any way to forward several different conversations (strings) at the same time. Thank you.
  4. I've got the new version of Google Maps so these instructions will be for that. Open Google Maps and click on the Directions link. Input your origin address and then add your first appointment address. It will come up with directions to that address. Look directly under your origin and destination area, there will be a + sign directly under your destination address and to the left. Click on that and you can add more addresses. I'm not sure if there is a limit to how many stops you can include. I hope this helps!
  5. We had already uninstalled FF and flash and re-installed and that didn't resolve the issue. I did contact my IT guy and he wouldn't allow me to use the programs that you recommended but my company allows us to us Malwarebytes so we scanned with that and then did a scan with CCleaner. They did find a couple of things but nothing major. Once the files were removed there was no change in the performance with FF and Flash. I have opted to try Chrome instead of FF. I've been using it for only a couple of hours but have not had a flash crash yet, I normally would have had one with FF by now. Hopefully that will resolve my issue. It's just too bad that Mozilla hasn't fixed this issue, which they most certainly are aware of! Thank you very much for your support! I'm voting you up
  6. I have been having much difficulty lately with my Flash Player crashing in Firefox. I've exhausted myself trying to find a solution to this issue and have had no success in making this problem go away. I am running FF 23.0.1, Windows 7 Enterprise with Service Pack 1. I've checked to make sure that Shockwave Flash is up to date within FF and it is, showing v. 11.8.800.94. I've removed it and re-installed, no change. I've cleared my cache and that helped only once but it no longer makes any difference. It seems to only be happening within FF if I use IE it doesn't seem to happen, or at least I haven't experienced it yet. I know, solution is to use IE instead of FF, but I really do prefer FF over IE - except for this issue, which is becoming more and more of an issue for me. If I can't find a solution, and my Help Desk at work is stumped on this, then I'm just going to have to stop using FF and go back to IE solely.
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