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Every time I try to open the S3 Firefox Organizer, it appears for a second, but before I can even do anything, it goes to google. Just forwards itself or something. I have tried restarting firefox and my computer... I disabled it, I made sure it was the latest version. Anyone else have this problem? Anything else I should try? Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author awyne
    Try to configure the right timezone of your pc. I have the same problem with you before but after I configured the right timezone in my pc it solved the problem.
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    • Profile picture of the author stonerpreneur
      Thank you for the tip. I tried it & it didn't work. I'll keep trying things & see what happens.
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  • Profile picture of the author awyne
    What version of firefox you use? Make sure you use the updated one. I use Firefox 3.6.2.
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    • Profile picture of the author stonerpreneur
      It is up to date.
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      • Profile picture of the author bcp
        I just installed S3 Fox as well and am having exactly the same problem. Any other suggestions?

        Thanks!
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        • Profile picture of the author cowrob
          Had the same problem on my Mac G5 running OS 10.4.11. This is what worked for me:

          I found that when I was logged into my Google account, I would automatically get forwarded to gMail when I tried to access S3 Fox. Even going to Google.com forwarded me to gMail. (Weird!).

          I found that logging out of my Google account solved the S3 Fox issue.

          Hope this works for you.

          Rob
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  • Profile picture of the author Nick M
    I had a similar problem using Flock (which is based on Firefox), logging out of the Google account also solved it for me.

    I do have an other annoying problem with S3 Fox though, which is when editing the ACL permissions I have to click several times before it updates. I thought that it may be just latency, but it really is hit and miss, and sometimes can be 10 or more clicks before it updates.

    If anyone has a cure for this, I'd be very happy to hear it.
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