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Re: Re: I can't see them

John Jones wrote:

>  I click and the system appears to be copying
> the picture somewhere, but I can never find it.

This is just what happens to me.

> The work around for your problem is to open an empty browser window
> (File/Open/New Window or similar) then drag the attachment to the
> borwser window. Works for me at least (but then I am on a Mac and thery
> are more forgiving) but should work for you as well.

I too am on a Mac and will try it right now.  Thanks so much.
Kitty in Ojai where the sun is finally melting last night's ice.

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