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GT Distractions -- Time to check your Updates » Post #119

Tue Dec 10, 2013 15:30 in General Talk

Head's up -- Mozilla has officially released Firefox v26.0.0; this new update is available on your browser's update button, and it's online/offline installers are available at the main publisher's site

:idea: Reference source -- Firefox Notes - Desktop

0 task 1 week na! » Post #2

Tue Dec 10, 2013 07:38 in Filipino

;) No, normal lang yun sa side ng CF -- minsan ilang araw walang Tasks talaga, so no need to worry

Offhand: Also for the members -- please try not to create posts saying "Why is there no more Tasks?" on the other boards since it has gotten the attention of the other Moderators

So please refer to valerie's Thread:
FYI regarding no tasks | ClixSense Forum

GT Distractions -- Time to check your Updates » Post #118

Tue Dec 10, 2013 07:21 in General Talk

Head's up -- Adobe has now released the following updates:

1) Adobe AIR is now at Air v3.9.0.1380

2) Adobe Flash for IE and Non-IE browsers are now at v11.9.900.170

3) Adobe Shockwave Player is now at v12.0.7.148

All installers ( Flash is available as an online installer ) are available at the main publisher's download area, and at most reputable downloading hubs

Also, depending on your country's timezones, Microsoft will be releasing their security updates for December 10, 2013 -- also known as Patch Tuesdays

:idea: Reference source -- Microsoft Security Bulletin Advance Notification for December 2013

today i got my new glasses » Post #3

Mon Dec 09, 2013 16:52 in General Talk

I hope it's the glasses that's something like John Lennon had -- sleek and simple, now that's cool :D

Because I'd be terrified if you got the ones that Elton John uses in his concerts :shock:

Viewing Ads Issues » Post #34

Mon Dec 09, 2013 16:43 in General Support

abbood0100 wrote: I don't have toolbar in my all browsers , and I have tried all of your solutions but its useless the same error appear every time I click on ads , this problem doesn't appear in other PTC sites I have subscribed . so wts the problem ? :?:

Let me try a guess: when a user receives an Error 304, it's basically an issue of data caching; I'm cross-linking a reference source from another Forum that should help in defining an Error 304

:idea: Reference source: error 304? -- scroll down a bit to the #6 thread post to see what their members define the Error 304 when it appears on their end

So in this case, all that is needed is to definitely clear your cache and cookies -- if you just uninstall/re-install a browser in particular without making sure that the residue data is removed from your system, it'll just carry over -- it's recommended that you have CCleaner and allow the program to clean all the residue ( when one installs CCleaner, and have it running, the default marks checked on it's cleaning lists are good to use for most users )

Also, if needed, On Windows, you can go on Control Panel > Internet Options, General ( Delete... ) -- when you click on the Delete... tab, another window will open for confirmation; press the Delete amd it'll purge your system cookies and cache

On Firefox, clearing your cache and cookies is just pressing the keys CTRL+SHIFT+DEL then make sure that Cookies and Cache are checked

As an added, have you made sure that your Adobe Flash has been up-to-date, and that you have no add-ons/plug-ins installed in your browser that may be hampering with the adds -- since Firefox allows users to customize what plug-ins/add-ons they want on their browsers, it'll be a good idea to check one-by-one if these may be the issue -- it means, that you have to disable them and see if there's any chance

Access your Add-on page in Firefox by pressing CTRL+SHIFT+A

Pinoy Members Tambayan & Attendance Thread! » Post #2833

Sun Dec 08, 2013 18:38 in Filipino

Present! Whee-- :mrgreen:

ClixGrid » Post #4

Sat Dec 07, 2013 13:44 in Your Stats

Yes, regardless of status -- ClixGrid doesn't choose who wins ( be it a Standard or Premium user ) -- it goes down to one's luck -- so keep on clicking, be persistent, and who knows that hopefully you'll get to that prize everyone looks forward to :thumbup:

*Offhand, I've been clicking for 'quite some time now', so I'm happy with my win lately ( :idea: Source reference: Pinoy Clixgrid Proof of Winnings | ClixSense Forum )

Last Two Letters » Post #1174

Sat Dec 07, 2013 13:38 in General Talk

odor

4 Letter Words » Post #1094

Sat Dec 07, 2013 13:37 in General Talk

Most :mrgreen:

Pinoy Members Tambayan & Attendance Thread! » Post #2829

Sat Dec 07, 2013 07:13 in Filipino

frencesmarah wrote: Present... Mukhang matatagalan akong abutin ung minimum payout na $100.... Patulong po kung paano ko maabot 'yon agad... Please po... Thanks. :)

Ang $100 na tinutukoy mo ay ang Check Payment -- pag may verified PayPal account ka, you can cashout already at less than $10

Do Tasks, try your luck on the ClixGrid, check your Ads from time to time, promote to friends and so on from your social networking contacts -- also, if you have to log out, that's alright; you can log in / log out as many times in a day if you have other matters to attend to ( like work, errands, etc )

Lastly, sipag at tiyaga ;)

I can't win clixgrid » Post #8

Sat Dec 07, 2013 06:58 in General Support

One must keep in mind that once you log in, you are not the only one clicking in the site -- there may be tens, hundreds clicking at the same moment with you on that very moment ( and that's just in their respective countries )

So playing on ClixGrid isn't just one member clicking for a win -- but tens, if not hundreds of members clicking at that moment you start tapping on a square

It does down to luck

Also, though it's part of the Daily Checklist Bonus, it doesn't force you to do use up all your clicks on one go -- stagger the chances of clicking, say a click every 2 or 3mins apart -- take your time with the chance

Just keep on clicking, and who knows...

4 Letter Words » Post #1090

Fri Dec 06, 2013 18:18 in General Talk

proadco wrote: Gold

Bits

What music/song are you listening now? » Post #113

Fri Dec 06, 2013 17:25 in General Talk

Definitely got me in stitches ( Head's-up: if anyone heard the original version, may find this video something worth the hilarity :xlol: )

:idea: Reference source -- Miley Cyrus - Wrecking Ball (Chatroulette Version) - YouTube

Pinoy Clixgrid Proof of Winnings » Post #701

Fri Dec 06, 2013 13:12 in Filipino

Congrats! I was clicking my share on the Grid when you won, jl043010 :xlol:

GT Distractions - Protecting yourself Online » Post #1

Fri Dec 06, 2013 07:31 in General Talk

For most of us, surfing the Web becomes a part of one's daily activity -- checking emails from friends and loved ones, catching up on the latest trends on the many social networking sites, and as much as enjoying a round of online games

But along with the good comes 'the other side' of the Web -- but with so many terminologies about them, it would confound and confuse the unprepared

So, as a reference, I'll be linking an online article* that would help you recognize these threats, as well help you decide the next move to make to protect yourself while you go around the Web

:idea: Reference source -- How to protect your PC against devious security traps | PCWorld

*Now, this guide also applies for any OS -- not just Windows


Keep on clicking -- and click safely :xthumbup:

Pinoy Members Tambayan & Attendance Thread! » Post #2824

Fri Dec 06, 2013 05:07 in Filipino

Present ( at weekend nah! ) Wheee-- :xlol:

Word Association » Post #633

Thu Dec 05, 2013 12:08 in General Talk

Violin ( who knew the London's Greatest Detective played one ;) )

Last Two Letters » Post #1172

Thu Dec 05, 2013 11:55 in General Talk

Cantaloupe :mrgreen:

yahoo » Post #2

Thu Dec 05, 2013 11:52 in General Talk

There's an ad I saw ( not having anything related to Yahoo ) that has a somewhat pop-up window, but nothing to worry much -- doubt it could be considered a frame-breaker, and as long it wasn't clicked on, it won't do much ;)

As long you get paid for viewing the ad, all's well :xthumbup:

Only 7 Letter Words » Post #1160

Thu Dec 05, 2013 11:50 in General Talk

Poutain


( Who could have known? Potatoes topped with gravy and cheese! :o )
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