Disable pop-up blockers in Angel

To Disable pop-up blockers for ANGEL:

Launch your browser.  On the menu bar click View -> Toolbars.  Any browser toolbars (AOL, Google, MSN, etc.) should be listed there.  A check mark beside a toolbar name means that controls for the toolbar are visible in your browser.  If a toolbar is not visible, click beside the toolbar name to make it visible.

Below is a list of popular programs with pop-up blocking capability, along with tips for managing them from your toolbars.  If you clicked View->Toolbars and no toolbars were listed, click Tools on your browser menu bar.  If you see Pop-up blocker listed, look for the sub-menu to turn it on or turn off.

Internet Explorer
To disable this feature, click on the Tools menu on Internet Explorer.  Then click Internet Options.  Select the Privacy Tab.  Uncheck the checkbox next to Block pop-ups.  Click the Apply button.  Click the OK button.

Norton Internet Security:
Double Click the Norton Icon
Click "Ad Blocking"
Click "Turn Off" 

Google Toolbar:
Click on the Google Icon and click "Options."
In the Accessories Section deselect "Pop-Up Blocker."

Yahoo Toolbar:
Click on the "Pop-Up" Icon
Deselect "Enable Pop-Up Blocker."  If this button does not appear in the Yahoo Toolbar, click the pencil icon.
From the Tools Menu in IE, you should also uncheck Yahoo Companion.

MSN Toolbar:
Place your mouse pointer over the Pop-Up Icon.  If the message says "Pop-Up windows are being blocked, click to allow all pop-ups" then you should click on it.

Safari Blocker:
(Safari is not compatible with ANGEL at this time)
Open the Safari Menu and choose "Preferences"
Open the Security Menu
Deselect "Block pop-up windows."

 

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