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I'm not so sure that the format is corrupted or that I received them as static images. If that were so, why would they animate under Snow Leopard?  Is this another thing that Mavericks left out?  I've had all kinds of issues since 'upgrading' to Mavericks - after doing a clean install.   "Apple givith and Apple taketh away."
That's the problem. They don't animate in QuickLook or Safari nor do they animate when sent on.  The sender checked out the site where they all originated and the originals ARE animating - both the one's that animated and the ones that didn't in the email I received.    BTW, I find that they will animate on my MBP w/ Snow Leopard but not on my iMac w/ Mavericks.   I found this online.   Use Preview to play animated GIFs  Apr 08, '03 10:23:00AM •...
I have an incoming email with a dozen GIFs in it.  Half will animate; the other half won't.  ?????   How can I get those six to animate?  Will Preview do it?  If so, what do I have to do to get Preview to animate them? If not, what else can I do to animate them?     I'm not asking to build GIFs, just to animate these existing GIFs.   If I want to forward the email, how can I be sure the GIFs will animate for the recipient?   Thanks
Three weeks ago, MacMail started sending emails through my ISP Comcast - intermittently.  A few days ago, it stopped sending emails completely.  I get an error message from the Comcast server: Not Our Customer.  However, I can go online and access my Comcast email account using the same username and password.   I spent three hours on Saturday with three different Comcast technicians and another 1 1/2 hours today with another internet 'specialist'.  Every item they have...
MacKeeper ads pop up constantly. I can't get rid of them.  I tried blocking cookies in security and privacy. No luck.   Suggestions?  Thanks.
Try emptying the trash again. Force quit the browser. See if that helps.
You're right. My face is red! 
Just got Safari 7.0.3 update which mentioned 'sandbagging' but doesn't explain it.  I can't find the right combination of words to google it. Any suggestions?
http://arstechnica.com/apple/2013/10/os-x-10-9/4/   this doesn't offer help but it does explain a bit about Safari
Never mind. I got the answer: http://www.macworld.com/article/2056159/what-you-need-to-know-about-apples-free-apps-policy.html   I would have gotten the upgrade if I hadn't used clean installation and lost the Snow Leopard version of iPhoto.   Apple givith and Apple taketh away.
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