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Re: Agnitum Firewall

From: Michael Bowen <mbowen@vcccd.net>
Date: Fri, 10 Dec 2004 10:42:37 -0800
Message-Id: <5.1.0.14.0.20041210102618.027c0dd0@127.0.0.1>
To: <www-validator@w3.org>
Cc: "Fr. Robert Bower" <frrobert@batushkas.com>

Fr. Bower,

It is possible that you are filtering by image size.

I had the same problem with Agnitum until I removed the 88 x 31 image size 
from the blocking options.

Click Options/Plug-Ins Setup. Then click Ads in the white box, followed by 
the Settings button. Click the Image Size tab. If 88 x 31 is shown as an 
image size somewhere in the list, highlight it and click the Remove button. 
Click OK as needed to back out. It won't ask you to reboot, but you might 
want to anyway, just to make sure that your choice "takes" in the Windows 
registry.

There aren't that many 88x31 banner ads anymore ... I think because they're 
too small for people to notice. So this shouldn't mess up your other 
browsing too much.

--MB

At 07:52 2004-12-10 -0500, Fr. Robert Bower wrote:

>FYI,
>
>Agnitum s Firewall outpost also thinks the validation logo is ad ware.  So 
>it changes it to read  [AD]
>
>Thanks,
>
>Fr. Robert Bower
>
>Batushka's Web Hosting & Design
>
><mailto:frrobert@batushkas.com>frrobert@batushkas.com
>
>574.233.5403
>
>http://www.batushkas.com
>
>http://www.batushkas.net
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