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  1. 1948

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    is there anyway to stop adverts appearing on the MHF web page when I load it up on to my computer.
    Tried to ignore them but they are beginning to get on my nerve
    thanks
     
  2. Ralph-n-Bev

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    thanks but it does not seem to work on win 7 browser which i am using
    any other suggestion
     
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    Nope sorry, but im sure someone else will be along later to help you:thumb:
     
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    Doubt it as the revenue from them no doubt helps keep our subscriptions down. If we could all just turn ttem off, advertisers would not want to advertise.

    I don`t even notice them.

    Steve
     
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    There is a different version for different browsers .. ie Chrome, Firefox and IE

    Adblock for Internet Explorer

    http://simple-adblock.com/
     
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    thanks
    had a look 30 days trial any idea how much after?? A bit suspicious as no info regarding cost
     
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    I use adblocker.. works for me

    I use adblocker works for me.. I have no adverts on the right just blocked another in the top right corner... I do not want an advert site.

    Bob
     
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    hmmm.. didn't realise it wasn't free.. sorry bout that .. didn't get that far as I don't use Windows IE.

    Other suggestion is to use either Firefox or Chrome.. adblock is free on them ..

    both great browsers ..
     
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    I did not pay for it and I am on a MAC

    Jim, I did not pay for it and I am using a Mac with Safari as well as Chrome and Firefox

    Bob:Blush:
     
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    same here Bob.. it's just the version for IE that is not free .. why I don't know.
     

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