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that is all I see
If you looked at the first page you would have seen that you find the description here:
> *Originally posted by **[HumanDecoy](/forums/39/topics/80744?page=2#posts-3459429):***
> Is there anyway to block third party cookies that has malware and trojan-horse programs?
With Malware, you have to hope for the best. As for Trojan Horses, who wouldn’t want a giant wooden horse, especially if it came with a platoon of soldiers?
> *Originally posted by **[craigwatson](/forums/39/topics/80744?page=2#posts-4085329):***
> My game is not working and i have 3rd party cookies enabled and im using Chrome with flash player13.6(or 7 idk)and my game just says loading after 100%
same just today
I seem to be having a major problem playing Battle Dawn. I can’t get the screen to load in Firefox or IE on my desktop computer. It works on my laptop, and I have even gone through all the settings I can think of looking at to make sure the desktop & laptop are set up the same. Both browsers are set up to recieve 3rd party cookies.
Any idea’s, besides quiting BD, would be appreciated.
> *Originally posted by **[Simmen](/forums/39/topics/80744?page=2#posts-2864393):***
> If you looked at the first page you would have seen that you find the description here:
And I have looked at these settings. I have them set correctly, just in case some one would want to suggest that.
how to enable 3rd party cookies in firefox: (applicable for all Firefox releases post 6/1/14)
1. go to your tool bar.
2. select the settings button. (its at the very end of the toolbar and looks like three lines stacked vertically)
3. select options (little gear symbol)
4. go the privacy tab in options.
5. under the history box select ‘use custom settings for history and in the dropdown menu next to the ’third party cookies’ select always.
Keep in mind that some Firefox themes will change the placement of some of these buttons and options.
hope this helps