Group: Super Administrators
Joined: Dec. 2001
||Posted: June 15 2012,3:49 pm
|Quote (nick_h_nz @ June 15 2012,1:52 pm)|
|Quote (PC Medic @ June 15 2012,11:45 am)|
|Many browsers have an option in the settings to 'Clear cookies when closing' or similar. Make sure you do not have that selected. |
Are you using AOL by any chance?
My cookies are not cleared, because I like to be signed in to everything forever on my own computer. NC is the only site which does not stay signed in, so it's not a cookie problem.
I thought AOL was an ISP? I am definitely not with AOL, and if they have their own browser, I am unaware of it. It doesn't seem to matter which browser I use though. I have tried signing in with the three browsers I use (Chrome, Firefox and Safari), and not one of them keeps me logged in once I have closed the browser. Again, it is not a cookie problem. Don't worry if you can't work it out, as it's not the end of the world - more of an annoyance than anything else, and now it's not really even annoying. Once it is expected, it just becomes habitual to sign in each time.
AOL is an ISP, but they (and possibly) some others float IP addresses during your session. Meaning that as you move from page to page on a site your IP can change. Navicache.com uses a session cookie and the IP to verify the visitor from page to page and thought this may be the issue.
I am continuing to check things on this end as some visitors may not be as understanding as you about it and not come back. I do not use safari, but as yet have not been able to recreate with Firefox, IE or Chrome.
By the way, when you deleted your navicache cookie did you delete BOTH. There is a navicache.com and a my.navicache.com
cookie container be sure to delete both.