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    Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth. Buddha
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    Visitors & Members/ Chrome Users/Fix for Shock Wave Crash

    I use Chrome and tried this and the problem was immediately fixed.

    Please understand I am not a technical person at all. That's why my directions for technical issues sound just like when I give directions to anyone who is lost. I don't use tech terms. I describe everything in easy to explain landmarks.

    Here goes:

    Type into your address bar: chrome://plugins

    Then scroll until you see "Adobe Flash Player".

    Make sure where it says "Adobe Flash Player" that the blue line underneath says, "Enable". This should grey out your box and disable your Adobe Flash Player. This is where the problem originates.

    If the blue line below Adobe Flash says, "Disable" then click on the word Disable and "Enable" will appear.

    The blue line below Adobe Flash must say "Enable".

    Then close out the screen.

    This took care of the whole issue for me.

    This is an Adobe Flash issue and is happening everywhere.

    If you are a visitor or member and have issues please email websleuthscomments@gmail.com

    Dave continues to work hard to see we are doing everything possible on our end to make sure the site runs smoothly and without interruption.

    Thanks,
    Tricia


    Tricia Griffith
    triciastruecrimeradio@gmail.com
    6300 N. Sage Wood Drive
    Suite H # 214
    Park City UT
    84098






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    Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth. Buddha
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    We Need a Minute of your Time Please

    Dear Websleuths Members,

    We have over 1000 cold cases on Websleuths. Some of them decades old others fairly recent.

    If you could please take a moment and look at our cold cases. CLICK ON THIS LINK to see the Cold Case Forum.

    All we ask is you look over the cases and if so inclined post a comment on one or more of the cold cases.

    By posting a simple note of encouragement to the loved ones dealing with a cold
    case you can make a difference.

    I can tell you it means the world to people who find Websleuths while looking up information about their loved one's cold case and reading a thoughtful post from a stranger.

    Most of these people feel forgotten by everyone. A simple post from you lets them know people do care and have not forgotten.

    There are 45 pages of Cold Cases on Websleuths, 25 threads to a page.

    Please take a moment and post on one of these cases. You could help a total stranger not feel so alone.

    Thank You,

    Tricia Griffith

    Co-Owner/Websleuths.com, LLC