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In Firefox, many graphics fail to appear - just a tiny box with small symbol inside

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I gave up on IE, which kept report code bugs and asking if I wanted to debug (!), so I switched to Firefox.

But on MANY pages in Firefox, where there should be a graphic image, all I see is a small square with a little page symbol inside. Clicking on the symbol does NOT open the graphic.

This is not an error on the web pages; when I open IE to the same pages, the graphics display correctly.

Anybody know if there is some setting in Firefox that will cause the graphics to display normally? I can send screen captures, if that will help
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See this page for complete troubleshooting of images in Firefox.
http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?t=288184
If nothing there helps, let us know.
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Great links above, which hopefully resolves your issue with Firefox.

Since the "debug" issues in IE were not what you wanted to see, could configure IE not to show them to you as follows:
IE - tools - internet options - browsing - check two items
* Disable Script Debugging - IE and for Other

Unless in development mode, don't really see a need to see the debug processes, since usually they're a cause of the site/link you're getting these hits on.

Best of luck,
":0) Asta
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Sorry for the delay in responding, but thank you for your work to keep things moving here and finalize questions.  As always, appreciative.
Best wishes,
":0) Asta
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