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Friday, March 23, 2012

I changed over to Google Chrome and it won't let me blog. I had to change back to IE to post this blog.
Just saying I'm doing my best to hang in here. I have an injury to my right leg and have not been able to get my usual exercise done, this has me worried but I need to take it easy. The pain seems worse at night and I have not slept good for nearly 3 nights now....Had to work extra hours today too so tonight I am super tired, hope I can get some sleep tonight....

it was 84 today so nice and warm, I'm loving

have a healthy week end
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    I use Mozilla Firefox and sometimes Internet Explorer. But never Google Chrome. I don't really trust google all that much. Firefox won't let me open some things (I wonder if it is political) but then I go to IE and it opens. It can get frustrating for sure.
    2794 days ago
    oh man Kitt -- I too hope you got some sleep last night -- that is not good.. maybe you should have a doctor look at your leg injury?
    Please take care of you ..
    and do not stress over small the dang computer hugs hugs
    2794 days ago
    It's been warm here too - very much spring. Almost summerlike. Daffodils are blooming, forsythia, spirea, some kind of pink trees and white trees, fruit trees are ready to bloom. But we are to get a frost this weekend. I'm a bit concerned about the fruit trees.

    So sorry for your injury. Life sure has a way of throwing us curve balls, doesn't it? I never tried Google Chrome for blogging. I'm going to give it a try just for kicks. I like Mozilla Firefox. I use it more than Internet Explorer.

    Hugs - heal quickly.

    p.s. I just checked out Google Chrome. When you click on add a blog entry, it blocks the popup. At the top of your screen, beside the browser bar, you will see a little icon (looks kind of like a computer screen) with a red X. Click on this. You will see the message that the pop-up was blocked. Click in the radio button beside "Always allow pop ups for" Refresh your page by hitting the F5 button, answer yes to the question and you should be able to blog from Google Chrome. Hope this helps.
    2794 days ago

    Comment edited on: 3/24/2012 7:51:21 AM
  • KRYS210
    Sorry to hear about the injury to your leg. Are you taking anything for that? There is probably a privacy setting in Chrome that keeps you from blogging. Check your options and see what kind of settings you have.
    2794 days ago
    Take care with the leg hope its OK soon
    2794 days ago
    Hi Kitt, I have trouble using anything with Spark People except IE. It is aggravating to say the least. I aorry that you hurt your leg and hope that you are feeling much better soon. I know that takig it easy isn't easy. I drives me up the wall so I understand what you mean. emoticon
    2794 days ago
    I use chrome and I can't post a blog just by clicking on post new blog from my start window, but I can go to my blog and then click on edit blog and then add new blog post. It's a pain, but it's easier than switching browsers all the time. I hate IE. Firefox works "normally" too, and it's okay, but I use chrome for everything else so I just deal with it.
    2794 days ago
  • no profile photo BUGSMIMI
    I have Firefox, also. Changed from IE. Take care with the leg!


    2794 days ago
    Kitt, have you tried Mozilla Firefox? That's what I use and it works just fine. I've always had problems with IE. I use Google Chrome for work only. I'm sorry to hear about your leg. Have you been to the dr. about it? Take care!!!


    2794 days ago
    I use Google Chrome and am blogging from there now. Unfortunately I don't recall if I can to do anything configuration-wise to use it. If I have time tonight I'll poke around in my browser and see if I can come up with some ideas for you.

    Take it easy...hope your leg feels better soon!
    2794 days ago
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