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HP Ad not very nice, either

It has no close button on it. You actually have to close the browser to get rid of it.


Rick

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Rick-HP advert

In reply to: HP Ad not very nice, either

i find that if i open any post below the HP advert, this minimises the advert to the top right corner, and this has a close "x" button


but i agree. it hurts


jonah


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I was at work

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Since my cookies were cleared out, I had to log in. I use my work email address and PudgyOne At work because I used to log in with my home account. I used to lose posts that I have more things on my home computer, so instead of losing posts, I use the work one at work.

Logged in and I think because the flash object was where I put my password, I must have enlarged the flash item from HP. I could not find out how to close it. These items should have a close button on them, even when they are huge, not hiding the close button. Since I couldn't find a close button, I had to close the browser(IE 7).


Rick

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