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In the PSE forum I select preferences an select stop notification but it does not stop. Is there some other solution?
Three places in Each thread you created or replied to choose stop notifcations, then go up to top of page just under welcome, Your Name (what ever your name or USER ID) you should see
Adobe forums > Adobe Photoshop > Comments (or whatever lst item is) cick on Photoshop which takes you to main photoshop Directory. click on stop email notications. Then go to your stuff and see what is says about subscriptions (you'll have to explore to find your list of subscriptions. if your subscribed to Photoshop unsubscribe or click on radion button so its an open circle. Now your finally done.
You are correct I am done. It has been over 12 hours and no email notifications from Photoshop. Thanks for our simple solution as I have spend much time with Adobe about this via phone and chat and they had no answer. Thanks again.
Your welcome. If a stray topic comes up just go to it and click on stop e-mail Notifications.
I don't know why they couldn't just have click on the main Forum Directory to stop e-mail directories and it would stop notifications of all kinds for that directory.
some of your windows don't jive with mine Bill
Notice the strange up and down arrows that appear to do nothing
now this is similar except for the arrow buttons that do nothing.
Now this is what I suggested: ⬇⬇
First within the actual thread
Then at main level of the forum: ⬇⬇
And Finally in your stuff: ⬇⬇
Hm-m, my screen-caps were from a bit earlier (notice the avatar), and were from IE 7, IIRC. Still, my Chrome screens look very similar, even now.
Those little arrows are kind of odd.
BTW: what up with the arrows:
They do absolutely nothing.
see my illustrations in above posts.
Yes, I saw those. Maybe residue from that survey, mentioned in another thread - thumbs up/thumbs down?
I've not seen the little buggers in any of my browsers, so have no real answers.
Seamonkies playing a joke on you?
Closest that I have seen is with some Adobe product GUI's, where parts of some buttons do not display, but that has usually been because the user is on an early version of Window Blinds (do not even know what that app. does), but I know that you are on Mac, so it's gotta' be something else entirely.
If you find the answer, please let us know,
Also shows in FireFox, Camino, Opera, OmniWeb, Safari, and iCab
Well, that probably rules out seamonkey levity then. Have no clue, but have yet to see them. Strange.
You know Phillip, those little arrows look a bit like the ones in a block quote box, but without the block.
Just thinking here, and they are probably something else entirely different,
I don't know. They don't serve antyhing useful. nor do they serve anything destructive either. and they only show up in anything associated with "YourStuff", on my computers. (both my laptop and my desktop).
nor do they serve anything destructive either.
You know, in this day and age, maybe that is all we can ask for... !
I have yet to see them, on two browsers, but that does not mean that they are not lurking just around the corner for me too.
PS - I STILL think that those seamonkies are behind it somewhere...