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ActiveX install bar not appearing

When I click to "Play Now" on Majohng Deluxe Gardens...I am told I need to intall a new component for ActiveX, but there is no yellow bar for me to click to install. It is saying I need the "Pogo Web Launcher" in order to play the game. How do I get that? HELP!!!

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Go to pogo.com and they should have the Web launcher available for free download. Hope this helps.

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