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do you know why setting gets grayout?
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Question by:Hiroyuki Tamura
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Clear the checkbox at the top of the page for E-mail Frequency.
Click the Notifications page (in the list on the left - General, Security, Notifications, etc. )
Click the Edit button for Facebook in the notifications list.
Now you can edit the individual checkboxes in your screenshot.
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