MacFixIt site news: Changed contacts section

To all our MacFixIt readers, we have made a slight alteration to the site. There has been a contact link to the side of the main article list for a while now, and many people have been using it to send us emails, feedback, and questions. We have recently changed this slightly, so people can ask us questions and send us comments, as well as submit any fixes they have found.

To all our MacFixIt readers, we have made a slight alteration to the site. There has been a contact link to the side of the main article list for a while now, and many people have been using it to send us emails, feedback, and questions. We have recently changed this slightly, so people can ask us questions and send us comments, as well as submit any fixes they have found.

These feedback links are available at the bottom of the "Navigate MacFixIt" section to the right side of the page, and should function just like the old contacts link.

MacFixIt contact links
Use these links to ask a question or submit a fix. Note the color and size may soon change, but the functionality will still be there.

Some users have had problems with the link not working in accepting the security code they enter. If this happens to you, try the following suggestions in order:

  1. Refresh the page

  2. Clear Safari's cache and refresh

  3. Clear Safari's cache, quit and relaunch Safari, and then load the page

The links should work properly in Safari, but if worse comes to worse another browser should work just as well. We are looking forward to hearing everyone's questions and contributions, and hope to include them in future MacFixIt articles.



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