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200 Views 4 Replies Last post: Sep 16, 2017 9:26 AM by walton RSS
Level 0 2 posts since
Sep 5, 2017
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Sep 13, 2017 12:55 PM

How else am I able to find out what the issues are that reviewer finds? (My browser can't run flash)

Try as I might, I have not been able to solve the Chrome vs Adobe Flash issue.  I have tried the work around for Chrome.  I also have installed Firefox as many have said works fine with flash.  I have spent over three hours today to no avail.

 

My frustration is that the reviewer feedback says the reviewer has found 2 issues.  How can I find out what those two issues are without fiddling around any further with the flash issue?

Level 4 2,376 posts since
Jul 2, 2011

Hi T,

 

What are the two issues?

 

Stacy

Level 3 352 posts since
Oct 16, 2014

You probably just need to turn on Flash in your browser.

 

In Firefox, in the upper right corner is a symbol with three bars.  Click on that, select Add-ons, then Plugins.  At the far right of the Flash row is a selection box that probably says "Never Activate"; change that to "Always Activate" and you should be good to go.

Level 5 18,803 posts since
Sep 5, 2009

I assume you are using the InteriorReviewer.  It has vastly improved over the years, but it is still not perfect. If you cannot find the issues, submit the book for review, and you'll get a somewhat cryptic review letter.  That might help, if all else fails.

 

Walton

 

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