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I Click Download and it won't even show up on the right corner to download. I'm downloading a PDF File from yahoo.
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Which browser are you using? OS X version? Where are you trying to get it from (Yahoo has a lot of services)?

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It was a Yahoo problem I don't why I couldn't download from Yahoo but when I forwarded the PDF Files to my mothers account (gmail) it downloaded...I'm not sure if its yahoo or mac denies anything from yahoo
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Ok, so you're using Yahoo Mail. It could very well be that there is an issue with Yahoo's attachment system. Again, what browser are you using? What version?

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