This is getting old....I can't go directly to my friends list....have to find a roundabout way each time. I know Margy had this problem as well as other members....just can't understand why for months I've been dealing with it. Adding another screen shot...hope it helps.
Can you access the list from your home page? Not your profile page but your HOME page----- on the left of that page there is a column of things that says notes, posts, friends, etc. Can you go to friends on that page easily and pull them up? My friends list floated a few times on my profile page but never has an issue from my home page. Just a thought for easy access. ????
I've been experiencing this too, from my profile page, if I click on "Journals" or "Notes"...the whole section starts to float, then I can do nothing with it. I have to refresh the page to stop the free floating section, then go to the HOME page to access what I am looking at.
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