1. fxgt's Avatar
    dear all

    i have this funny looking 1 round looking orange icon that looks liek globe....can anyone here help me to let me know what is it and how to remove it pls? thanks
    06-26-09 04:22 AM
  2. Tronyx's Avatar


    http://forums.crackberry.com/f83/unw...screen-254458/ - Posted yesterday and is on page 4...

    http://forums.crackberry.com/f83/str...e-help-210007/

    http://forums.crackberry.com/f83/mys...nknown-178046/

    http://forums.crackberry.com/f83/unk...s-icon-125644/

    It indicates a browser message. Means you saved a web page, whether it was intentional or by accident. Two ways to get rid of it are go to your messages list and mark all as opened or find the saved page in your messages list and delete it.

    Chris
    Last edited by Tronyx; 06-26-09 at 04:32 AM.
    06-26-09 04:30 AM
  3. fxgt's Avatar
    thanks pal for the very prompt response,cheers
    06-26-09 04:34 AM
  4. Tronyx's Avatar
    thanks pal for the very prompt response,cheers
    Quite welcome, but please don't call me "pal".

    Chris
    06-26-09 04:45 AM
  5. fxgt's Avatar
    sure, thanks
    06-26-09 05:46 AM
  6. GibMcFragger's Avatar
    Search - please use it. This has been posted several times before.

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    06-26-09 11:15 AM
  7. rjbsec's Avatar
    Quite welcome, but please don't call me "pal".

    Chris
    Serious question - is "pal" offensive in the US?
    It's often used in the UK without any offensive connotations.
    06-26-09 11:34 AM
  8. dictoresno's Avatar
    Serious question - is "pal" offensive in the US?
    It's often used in the UK without any offensive connotations.
    it depends on how its used. we usually dont use the word "pal" to refer to one another. it is used more to sarcastically thank someone like saying "thanks alot, pal" with the word "pal" stessed. thats used as an insult, usually when one person crosses another or does something that isnt in the other persons favor when they are supposed to be friends. its not a huge deal, but people dont usually like to be called it here. "buddy" is usually preferred over "pal".
    06-26-09 08:58 PM
  9. eripmu's Avatar
    I don't like Buddy or pal. "Excuse me buddy/pal". I hate that.

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    06-26-09 09:05 PM
  10. netwerx1's Avatar
    I don't necessarily "like" being called either, but it certainly doesn't offend me, especially not to the point that I feel the need to retort. I don't give it much thought.
    06-26-09 09:09 PM
  11. eripmu's Avatar
    ^^^^ you got a point there

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    06-26-09 09:17 PM
  12. rjbsec's Avatar
    it depends on how its used. we usually dont use the word "pal" to refer to one another. it is used more to sarcastically thank someone like saying "thanks alot, pal" with the word "pal" stessed. thats used as an insult, usually when one person crosses another or does something that isnt in the other persons favor when they are supposed to be friends. its not a huge deal, but people dont usually like to be called it here. "buddy" is usually preferred over "pal".

    Thanks for the explanation, just seemed to me that the OP was very polite in his/her posts so got me wondering.
    06-27-09 04:04 AM
  13. dictoresno's Avatar
    no problem. theres tons of sayings and words that can and cant be used interchangeably on both sides of the pond. we cant memorize all of them.
    06-27-09 06:49 AM
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