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KFL Offline
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    Posted: Feb. 20 2010,5:14 pm QUOTE

Hi,

when I log into the forum I am always asked for my username and password. I am also asked if I want to store that in a cockie so that I do not have to enter that every time which I answer with yes. Is it only me that this does not work? (No, I don't delete the cockies in the browser.)

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    Posted: Feb. 20 2010,9:20 pm QUOTE

When I log on at home with Firefox name and password are saved, but I do have to click on the submit button.  I spoke with PC Medic about this a while back and he assured me that it must be something with my system.  It's not a big deal, really, but this is about the only site that never actually keeps me logged in.

(Did you notice the typo in the tread name? ???  )


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    Posted: Feb. 20 2010,9:48 pm QUOTE

Quote (DudleyGrunt @ Feb. 20 2010,10:20 pm)
When I log on at home with Firefox name and password are saved, but I do have to click on the submit button.  I spoke with PC Medic about this a while back and he assured me that it must be something with my system.  It's not a big deal, really, but this is about the only site that never actually keeps me logged in.

(Did you notice the typo in the tread name? ???  )


It is the same on my side. And yes, I noticed, but too late. I couldn't figure out how to change the name of the topic.
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    Posted: Feb. 23 2010,9:10 am QUOTE

First .... I have taken care of the issue with the typo in the topic name  :grinnin

Regarding the login cookie issue, be sure that you have your browser AND any firewall set to allow cookies from my domain (navicache.com) and also check to verify that you have not set your cookie time in your profile to some excessive time. I generally recommend no more than 1 month (though that is even excessive to me).

I can tell you that with Firefox, IE, Chrome and Safari it works fine from my end (home and work).


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    Posted: Feb. 23 2010,7:02 pm QUOTE

Quote (PC Medic @ Feb. 23 2010,10:10 am)
Regarding the login cookie issue, be sure that you have your browser AND any firewall set to allow cookies from my domain (navicache.com) and also check to verify that you have not set your cookie time in your profile to some excessive time.

I accept any cookies and store them "until they expire". That works with a lot of pages, but for some reason not with this.
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