on 16-12-2013 8:18 PM
pops up every few seconds and covers half my screen showing me other products from other companies... any ideas??? please???
on 03-02-2014 1:07 PM
TTinline isn't a part eBay. It's basically from a virus that hijacks your browser and shows you ads when you're shopping, and it only appears on your computer if you're infected.
My grandpa's computer's infected with it, and a virus scan can't find it.
Currently investigating edited hosts files that will block all connections to the ad server. I'll upload it if I can get something to work.
on 16-12-2013 8:21 PM
Go to your eBay home page and click on the 'account' tab then on 'communication preferences' and edit them.
Also do an internet search for adbock plus - download the version suitable for your browser.
Also go to your browser's tools menu and enable the pop-up blocker.
on 16-12-2013 8:23 PM
doesn't block all but blocks alot
use forefox as your default browser for ebay
on 15-04-2014 10:18 AM
I had this p[roblem yesterday on Argos web site. I reset my browser (Internet Explorer) and so far the problem has not re-occured.
To reset browser on web page goto Tools - Advanced - Reset (explorer settings) - Reset, but read the warnings so you understand the consequences.
on 09-02-2014 9:44 PM
I have AML Free Resigtry Cleaner on my computer (my husband downloaded it for free - it really is free; he's incredibly suspicious of downloads, but he's happy with this one) and I ran the disk cleaner after getting these stupid TT Inline shopping pop ups, and it seems to have done the trick.
Run the disk cleaner - clean the temporary files, internet temporary files, and cookies; on the next page fix all; then empty your recycle bin on the desktop.