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    • #335717
      eridani
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      What if you want to find one that has not been active recently?

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    • #335733
      Pam2
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      There is a heading for groups right at the top of the page.  Going across it says Home Forums Groups Latest Greatest

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    • #335763
      NV Wino
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      General categories will open into more detailed categories.

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      eridani
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      –just lists forums by name, and no group info.  I have Firefox on a Windows 10 system

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      eridani
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      eom

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    • #336623
      mrdmk
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      Hi Eridani,

      Having a bad posting day, sorry to hear that. I like reading your postings.

      Clearing your FireFox history might help. To get there you go to the 3 bar menu top right > Options >Privacy and Security >Cookies and Site Data >Clear Data

      Clear everything from the beginning of time in the Dialog Box. That may fix your problem but remember if you need cookies or history for whatever reason for this site or any other site, they will be gone. Check before doing this procedure.

      If that does not work, there is something more drastic if the Clearing History does not work. It is called Refresh Firefox. It is more drastic than uninstalling and installing a new version of FireFox. The only thing saved are Bookmarks and Passwords in the FireFox Password Manager. To the user not only will the History but all of your Themes, Add-ons, and Extensions. So if your version of FireFox is customized, no more. FireFox will be like the first time you installed it on your computer. I suggest looking at your Themes, Add-ons and Extensions and writing them down. Be warned!!!

      Refresh FireFox:

      3 bar menu top right > Help (very bottom) >Troubleshooting Information >Give FireFox a Tune-up (Refresh FireFox)

      A folder named old FireFox will be put on your desktop. That will be good to have around in case something goes wrong in the future.

      Hope this helps.

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    • #336687
      eridani
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      Thanks

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