Hi, I am new here. I use McAfee Site Advisor and I like it. The only problem I have is this: the green bubble pops up on the screen informing me that the site is safe to use. Well, it would be OK but this bubble blocks/stops my typing a message. In fact I was typing this very message for you, when it popped up by itself again and stopped my typing. Very annoying!! I don't do a "blind" typing, I am looking at the keyboard when I type. It happens that I assume I typed a whole paragraph but it turns out that all my typing is wasted, just wasted because of this bubble coming on.
How can I disable it?
Thank you for any help/tip in advance.
P.S. Unfortunately I can not attach an image to show because it will not let me capture it.
Hmmm... nobody can answer my question? where is a moderator? LOL
I am not a product expert but I have moved your thread to the SiteAdvisor area. Hopefully someone can help you soon.
Thank you April. I hope so . This bubble is truly annoying.Message was edited by: Laura0681 on 11/18/09 2:55 PM
Please confirm the following,
What is the internet browser you use (Internet explorer/Firefox) ?
What is the version of your siteadvisor?(click 'about in security center homepage to check the version.
I use Firefox. I need more help *where to look * on the security home page for the version.
Message was edited by: Laura0681 on 11/18/09 5:03 PMMessage was edited by: Laura0681 on 11/18/09 5:04 PM
I found the version:
You are running version 18.104.22.1688.
You are already using the latest version. There is no need to upgrade or re-install.
Still no answer??!!??!! OMG! . What a "wonderful" service. LOL Meanwhile this bubble pops up every time when I don't need it, and gets very annoying.
Try running mcafee virtual technican from the following link http://mvt.mcafee.com and post me with the session id so that I could review the files permissions of your siteadvisor and update you .
McAfee Site Advisor should not be showing the balloon on every website instead when we hover the mouse on SA tool bar.
You can try to open internet explorer properties and disable all the Add-ons.
Close the IE and reopen it and enable only McAfee Add-ons.
Check if the issue is resolved or not.
Else click on the down arrow on SA the toolbar and select upgrade to new version and install SA version 3.0
Let me know the status.Message was edited by: Manoj_AR on 11/23/09 4:45 PM
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