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Can go to links frm thunderbird

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I cant click on the links in my email google chrome is my default browser and suddenly its not working.
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by:dani gammon
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Hi Nura, are the links not showing hyperlinked?  If you are creating a message in thunderbird and copy/paste a link, it doesn't always show it linked until you send it out.

If yo go to your sent folder, you would be able to see it was linked.  If you are receiving a message, you can try Ctrl+mouse click.
Do you have any examples?
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by:Nura111
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yes its show hyper link and is attempting to open it but its not opening..
its use to work ok. Its also in emails in the inbox no when im sending emails.
Thanks
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dani gammon earned 2000 total points
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Okay, I don't think it has to do with Thunderbird.  Have you tried looking at your chrome settings? chrome://settings/content

I would also try defaulting to firefox or another browser and see if it works.  My own default browser is chrome too and my email client is also thunderbird so I'm trying to think of other ways it would stop working.
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by:Nura111
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yes I download Google chrome again and it fixed it,
thanks
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by:dani gammon
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Great!  Yea-sometimes re-downloading is the better option.  I really like chrome so far though.  

-dani
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