> Key words, azimuth, "when it works." It didn't. Things are back to
> normally abnormal. An important observation, however, is that this issue
> occurs only on our desktop computer, not two laptops or two computers at
> work. I cannot fathom why this particular computer and Chrome don't like
> each other. *~D.*
> On Thursday, March 8, 2012 8:32:04 AM UTC-8, azimuth wrote:
>> Nice going, Dodo. Hope it holds. Time was, you would have quailed at the
>> thought. :-)
>> Sometimes reinstall is the simplest practical solution - when it works.
>> On 8 Mar 2012 09:10, "DEP/Dodo" wrote:
>>> Here's a brief update: Opened Gmail via Chrome--snap. Opened Gmail via
>>> Google Talk--snap. Too much snapping in recent weeks. Idea: Uninstall,
>>> then re-install Chrome. Did it. So far (one evening), everything is
>>> working. My 3 apps are there for the first time in days. Patting myself
>>> on the back for coming up with the idea. However, I'm not a believer yet.
>>> There can be no snaps and the 3 apps must be in place for the next few
>>> days to convince me.
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