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Fixya earning dear sir, i have posted 62 solution on fixya & in premium earning it shows only 5$ in the help menu of fixya it shows that if the people fail to vote than fixya will vote for that solution as helpful & credit ur earning why it has not been done could u help me please,,,,,,,,,,

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You will only get paid from Premium problems and Premium chats, the free problems which we have 50 000.. or more on the website, we get no pay from these. Only from Premium problems, If you get Fixya vote / accepted or 7 day payment if assumed to be solved. these will show up in your account statements. same with chat sessions. Thanks for trying is 6usd, helpful is 8usd and fixya is 10usd, no rating is assumed to be solved 6usd on chat, it will show in account statements if rejected or not. if not rejected it will be shown as accepted with no rating and 6usd for you.

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What you need to do is turn off a setting within the System Preferences > Universal Access feature within your Power Mac G5.

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