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Windows 7: Yahoo mail strikethroughs on reply, delete, forward tabs

29 Dec 2012   #1

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Yahoo mail strikethroughs on reply, delete, forward tabs

I am running Mozilla Firefox and after recently updating Firefox and plug ins, noticed my email screen has strikethroughs on all the tabs at the top of the screen above the inbox: delete, reply,forward, move, spam, actions. In addition the check boxes next to each individual email (for fast check off and delete) is missing.

To the left of the Inbox are my folders and they also have strikethroughs on the Check mail, New, and go tabs.
The email is functional, but the entire screen looks like its unfinished.

I have run malwarebytes, stop sign, windows defender (quick and full scan) and all is clean.

Any ideas?

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30 Dec 2012   #2

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Welcome to Seven Forums shjack26. Does this occur on any other browsers (IE, etc)? If only FF, try running it in safe mode to see if it is an addon issue

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04 Jan 2013   #3

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The strike throughs on email are happening on both FF & IE.
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05 Jan 2013   #4

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Can you post a screenshot so we know exactly what you are seeing?

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05 Jan 2013   #5

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Yahoo "upgraded" its email service a few weeks ago to a "new and improved" version. Seems like everything has changed including some unwanted glitches that have plagued me on Opera, Internet Explorer, and Firefox. I haven't experienced the strike-throughs but I have experienced disappearing tabs, a switch from English to some strange looking hieroglyphics, and other assorted problems. So what you're experiencing my be a Yahoo problem and not a Firefox problem. Based on previous Yahoo upgrades it shouldn't take more than a year or so for them to get their "new and improved" to really be new and improved.

<sarcasm intentional>
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05 Jan 2013   #6

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by marsmimar View Post
Yahoo "upgraded" its email service a few weeks ago to a "new and improved" version. Seems like everything has changed including some unwanted glitches that have plagued me on Opera, Internet Explorer, and Firefox. I haven't experienced the strike-throughs but I have experienced disappearing tabs, a switch from English to some strange looking hieroglyphics, and other assorted problems. So what you're experiencing my be a Yahoo problem and not a Firefox problem. Based on previous Yahoo upgrades it shouldn't take more than a year or so for them to get their "new and improved" to really be new and improved.

<sarcasm intentional>

Just another reason why I got rid of my yahoo mail....loved the sarcasm...befitting after all.....
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05 Jan 2013   #7

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Just went and had a look at it...it seems that yahoo went metro.
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05 Jan 2013   #8

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Ahhh, I'm on the Classic Yahoo still as their last change a long while back wasn't compatible with Opera. Guess I'm not playing with the same interface. A Guy
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