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I've had just the opposite experience. As far as programming buttons, I can't get PayPal to even function in IE. On their site it says "it works best in Internext Explorer 6". What the **bleep** is that? I am on IE 8, and I am not going to go through all the aggravation to backtrack to an older version just so PayPal can be operating TWO VERSIONS BEHIND on Internet Explorer!!!!!!! What kind of service is that? It would be nice if it would freaking work in SOMETHING.
On the rare occasions I can get the "my saved button" thing to open AT ALL, it is in Mozilla Firefox, and THAT usually takes about six tries using a variation of "my saved button" or "add to cart" links. I am heartily SICK of fighting with PayPal's crappy program!!!!!!
From the very top of your Firefox browser, click on "Tools", then on "Options" at the bottom.
A small window comes up with pictures across the top.
Choose "Content", then turn off (unclick) the choice that says "Block pop-up windows" or add Paypal as an exception.
Same little window, under "Privacy", mke sure it says "Firefox will remember history"
Thank you for the advice but all of that has already been done. When I click on PayPal Plugin it does nothing on anything I click on in the drop down bar. Maybe if I unistall and re-install it would work?