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inbox look

List of my emails comes on and is perfect for a few seconds.  Then the list shrinks (it narrows).  All the emails are still listed and I can reach them but there is an unwanted symbol next to the word "inbox" in each entry.  If I could keep the original screen I would be happy.

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Re: inbox look

Are you using only the Comcast webmail on a computer?  If so, try clearing out your browser's cache/browsing history and then close it out and re-start it in a fresh session.  Or try using another browser.




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Re: inbox look

Thank you Latoque.  I did exactly as you suggested-- to a point.  Cleaned the browser, started working on another browser.  But then thought of clicking on a little arrow to the right of my listing of incoming emails.  This restored the list to its original size and without any annoying symbols.  This solution was not as educational as the two you offered, but was extremely simple, and I don't mind (too much) one extra click every time I open my mail.  If I didn't answer before, maybe I was embarrassed.  But what does that matter.  I have a 101-year-old friend who says, "You're always looking for the stupid little thing that will make a big difference."