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Mac Pro issue w/ Yahoo Mail


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I just set-up a brand new Mac Pro Workstation and I have an issue a couple of times where I cannot type in the message field in yahoo mail. I rebooted the Mac and it worked again but it just happened to me again.

Any ideas why this is happening?
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Have you tried using other web browsers? You should make sure to use the latest versions of all of them.

This problem shouldn't be related to your Mac Pro. It sounds more like an issue with the web browser you are using.
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Have you tried using other web browsers? You should make sure to use the latest versions of all of them.

This problem shouldn't be related to your Mac Pro. It sounds more like an issue with the web browser you are using.

I haven't tried using any other browser, I'm using Safari as a browser and all of my updates are up to date. I'll download Firefox and see how that works.

Thanks!!
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Safari but I regularly use Google Chrome on my Mac as well as my PCs.
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For various reasons I'm anti-google and try to avoid using their services when I have a choice.
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