Correct, it is not populated. I can view some options by clicking on the Windows icon, but not through the search bar. EDIT Certainly I did not change the scheme myself. But may the color scheme be changed for the search bar only? Rest of the operation does not have that problem.OK, now it is attached to post #1. Not easy to read, but it appears that the help popup appears but it is not populated, correct?
Has anyone been playing with color schemes, or styles on that machine? Hackers sometimes put white on white or black on black to fool people.
Yes, I run Avast. Yes, it was (I assume) a bad battery, I never got to test whether that was the case. Now the content of a folder in Gmail disappeared. It is just suddenly empty.You might be right. Are you running any AV software?
Is this the same computer you were having problems with before? I forget what the problem was -- a bad battery?
And now the data in one of my folders disappeared.
From the first quote above, I assumed that you meant a folder or directory on your computer. The further clarification in the second quote might mean that it wasn't a folder (directory) on the computer itself. As far as I can tell, gmail doesn't store your mail folders on your computer, but instead is a client app that gives you a view of storage on a server somewhere. I have a gmail account, but am not able to find any files on my computer that are associated with gmail.Now the content of a folder in Gmail disappeared. It is just suddenly empty.