Andy Clarke said:
... I usually sign into LSC thru AOL, my pictures are in the freightshed...
... Like I said, I usually get on thru AOL...
First: I'm not the world's greatest technogeek. Second, I went back through the posts and want to ask a question that doesn't seem to be directly asked and answered. Which doesn't mean it hasn't been asked and answered, just that I didn't see it done directly as its own thing.
1. Is AOL the provider used to get on the web, and solely used for that?
2. Or, are you signing on to LSC from within AOL's screen?
I'm concluding condition 2 is true.
One thing thing to do is access LSC from something other than AOL, specifically, one of the web browsers. The open source (free) browser Firefox is as said quite handy for that. And it does have some very handy functions within it.
Another advantage is the add-ons, of which the advertisement blockers and script blockers are an absolute necessity for people with autism like me.
There may be others whom it doesn't bother but for me it is a problem.
Illustration, one of my surgeons has an adult son with autism, he can watch TV but driving is overload - for me I can usually handle driving but television is massive overload, there is no TV set in my house.
There is enough clutter on the web as-is. Being able to cut down the amount of things happening on a web page is the only way I can use the web. Auto-play ads, or articles, with sound; and those accursed gifs, Ahhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!! Get me outta here!!!!!!!!!
Gosh, how long has it been since AOL was my web provider?
The turn of the century.
Not AOL, but I have one email address that's a decade and a half old. Dang.
Okay, tangent complete, we now return to our previously on-track topic.