Stop moving ads that cause dizziness and sickness

  obbit 15:37 20 Mar 05
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I started to feel dizzy and sick when ever I saw that blue sliding advert on sign in to PCA. So I have installed click here

Scroll down to the bottom of the page and install the free program. I have run Ad-aware and there is no spyware included.

You can turn it off too if it stops something you wish to see. I NOW HAVE A CHOICE and it stops me feeling dizzy and sick.

  rubella 15:42 20 Mar 05

One can do the same thing in Firefox, effortlessly.

  obbit 15:45 20 Mar 05

Yes but I have no moving or flashing ads with IE now too.

  GANDALF <|:-)> 16:11 20 Mar 05

I cannot believe that I am reading this.


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  obbit 16:16 20 Mar 05

I don't mind ads at all in fact I know they are necessary. What I hate is feeling dizzy or sick due to ads that move and dance about.

  jimv7 16:28 20 Mar 05

Up the resolution to help prevent screen flicker.

  obbit 18:53 20 Mar 05

bump

  dogbreath1 18:58 20 Mar 05

I start to feel dizzy and sick when I read posts like this!!! ;-)

  obbit 18:59 20 Mar 05

Why?

  dogbreath1 19:01 20 Mar 05

Problem- flashing ads. Answer- disable flashing ads. Result- feel better. End.

  AubreyS 19:05 20 Mar 05

Sounds like a visit to the opticians is required.

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