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LD3 Greg
Posted 2015-08-03 1:22 AM (#485983)
Subject: Log on crap!


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Do I have to supply user name and password every day/time I want to use this site?????

Greg
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58coupe
Posted 2015-08-03 1:47 AM (#485984 - in reply to #485983)
Subject: Re: Log on crap!



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That should be a function of your own computer. As long as I leave mine on and running, I remain logged in.
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wizard
Posted 2015-08-03 1:53 AM (#485985 - in reply to #485983)
Subject: Re: Log on crap!



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In the login window, be sure to check that the "remember my login" is boxed.

If this is not working, then there might be a problem - it works for me and it always did work.

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BigBlockMopar
Posted 2015-08-03 3:39 AM (#485989 - in reply to #485983)
Subject: Re: Log on crap!



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This site always had issues when checking in from different locations.
Every now and then when I visit here I've been logged out by the forum for no reason.

My browsers are able to remember my login creds, but my smartphone isn't, so I'm never able to post or use the New Threads-function in those cases.


Edited by BigBlockMopar 2015-08-03 3:43 AM
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57plybel
Posted 2015-08-03 4:09 AM (#485993 - in reply to #485983)
Subject: RE: Log on crap!



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Similar issue here Greg;   if I hit the refresh symbol in the address bar, sometimes user name and password reappear and one more keystroke and I'm in !...... some times !!!

 

 

Colin

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60 dart
Posted 2015-08-03 4:26 AM (#486004 - in reply to #485983)
Subject: Re: Log on crap!



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clearing your history would present a problem ??? ----------------------------------------later
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FwdLk56
Posted 2015-08-03 7:23 AM (#486104 - in reply to #485983)
Subject: Re: Log on crap!


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perhaps you should ask "wq123" !!!...
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LD3 Greg
Posted 2015-08-03 1:02 PM (#486129 - in reply to #486104)
Subject: Re: Log on crap!


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Seems to be working fine today!!

Greg
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Administrator
Posted 2015-08-03 1:03 PM (#486130 - in reply to #485983)
Subject: Re: Log on crap!



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If checking "Remember my login" isn't working, you have to make sure cookies are enabled for your browser, and not blocked by your security/antivirus/privacy software. That's the usual culprit.
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jimntempe
Posted 2015-08-03 3:09 PM (#486142 - in reply to #485983)
Subject: Re: Log on crap!



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For those of you who are interested in a fully seamless logon here and everywhere you might take a look at www.lastpass.com . The basic functionality is free and it will remember and fill in all your user names and passwords for every site you want it to. There is also a smartphone app for it to do the same on your smartphone. If you go to a different computer you only need to log in to your last pass account and in most cases you will then have all your logins available. I started using it about 6 months ago and wish I'd started way before that. It makes it so much easier to have unique passwords and not have to remember them all.
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