Re: Annoying problem


yes, exactly

On 11/06/2016 12:10 AM, Gene wrote:
How about not using phrases that contain no information such as puzzling problem and use phrases that give some idea of what the message is about.  For example. IE says history every time I follow a link from an e-mail.  A lot of people evidently don't know what the purpose is of the subject line.  I'm not saying you do or don't.  I'm simply saying that a lot of people don't.  It is not to give a subjective explanation of something with no information.  nor is it to make a request with no meaningful information such as need help.  It is to provide some information about what the message is about.  Some list members decide to read messages based solely on subject lines.  Subject lines such as need help. a curious question, a puzzling problem probably result in lots of messages being skipped by lots of people. 
----- Original Message -----
From: Nancy Hill
Sent: Friday, June 10, 2016 11:53 AM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Annoying problem

Sorry, I just didn't know how to make it fit on a subject line.


On 6/10/2016 8:39 AM, George B wrote:

Also how about if you put more then anoing problem in the subject so we can deside if we can help instead of opening the mail and can not help



From: [] On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: Friday, June 10, 2016 05:31
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Annoying problem


When people describe a problem, will they please specify all programs being used when the problem occurs?  In other words, in the current case, you aren't just using Thunderbird.  You are clicking on a link, telling your browser to open a window.  The problem is very likely that you turned something on in your browser.  Since you don't specify your browser, we don't know if we are giving the correct information to stop the problem.



----- Original Message -----

From: Nancy Hill

Sent: Friday, June 10, 2016 6:42 AM

Subject: [TechTalk] Annoying problem


Hi All,

I don't remember what started this situation, but I would dearly love to
put an end to it.

I am using win 7, jaws 16, Thunderbird email client.  To my knowledge
nothing has been recently updated.

The situation: I get a Free Books newsletter just about every day.  It 
allows me to connect to Amazon to then choose and buy the book.  After I
use the link on the email, before it connects me to Amazon, it seems
like something else must show up on the screen and is read.  It says:
History tree view, Today and closed.  I want to stop this interim item
that shows up and is read.  I must have done something to make this
actually present itself to be read, but I don't like it and want to know
how to get it settled back into the silence.

After 'history tree view, today closed is read, the link continues on to
Amazon where I transact as normal.

This happens with each link I click on, always on the way to the
destination of the link.  It is not limited to links to Amazon.

I would dearly appreciate any advice, suggestions, etc you could provide
to help me get back to normal.

     Many Thanks,


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