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Logging in

Postby Cabinetman » 03 Feb 2022, 18:22

Something has changed recently, I am now having to login each time I come on the site, that’s not so bad but I can’t get to the button that says keep me logged in fast enough before the page reverts to the one I was looking at previously. Just mention it. Ian
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Re: Logging in

Postby Doug » 03 Feb 2022, 18:26

Click the keep me logged in button before you enter your username & password
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Re: Logging in

Postby RogerS » 03 Feb 2022, 18:28

Doug wrote:Click the keep me logged in button before you enter your username & password



Same thing has been happening to me for ages. Works fine for a while then as per Ian. Will try your suggestion.
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Re: Logging in

Postby DaveL » 03 Feb 2022, 18:55

I think the Keep Me logged in works with cookies, try clearing the site cookies and trying it again.
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Re: Logging in

Postby RogerS » 03 Feb 2022, 18:58

DaveL wrote:I think the Keep Me logged in works with cookies, try clearing the site cookies and trying it again.


I've tried that, thanks, Dave. It works for a while and then back to its old tricks.

Ian...what browser are you using ?
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Re: Logging in

Postby Cabinetman » 04 Feb 2022, 02:53

Safari, worked fine this time, no probs, cheers Ian
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Re: Logging in

Postby RogerS » 04 Feb 2022, 04:41

Cabinetman wrote:Safari, worked fine this time, no probs, cheers Ian



Wry smile time. I had a quiet little bet with myself that that would be the case. So do I. I think it's yet another Safari 'feature'
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Re: Logging in

Postby Malc2098 » 04 Feb 2022, 11:13

I've never had that problem with Safari.
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Re: Logging in

Postby 9fingers » 04 Feb 2022, 12:21

Malc2098 wrote:I've never had that problem with Safari.

Same here
I use safari on my iPhone, seamonkey on most pcs and chrome from time to time. Login is remembered every time and I’ve never experienced a race to tick the stay logged in prior to log in.

What is being described is quite alien to my experiences. I wonder if the are other security type features at work with those that are experiencing these problems? Maybe experiment with turning then off one by one?

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Re: Logging in

Postby Cabinetman » 09 Feb 2022, 12:10

Well it’s started doing it again, I don’t log out but when I come back I have to login each time, don’t think it’s Safari as I don’t have any problems anywhere else, I wouldn’t mind but I can’t hit the button to stay logged in fast enough before the page disappears. Also noticed today that the quote and reply buttons top right hand corner on every post had disappeared – normally they are still there even if I’m not logged in. Ian
Ps, I don’t have any security features to turn off lol!
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Re: Logging in

Postby 9fingers » 09 Feb 2022, 12:15

When you get to the login page, tick the stay logged in box first, then put in your credentials.

I don't understand the race to login in anyway. I have to press the button to login?

Maybe safari for mac is different from that used by iphone?

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Re: Logging in

Postby RogerS » 09 Feb 2022, 13:24

Cabinetman wrote:....don’t think it’s Safari as I don’t have any problems anywhere else,....


Both the missus and I do on some sites. However I'm glad to say that since hitting that box before logging in, I've been OK.

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Re: Logging in

Postby TrimTheKing » 09 Feb 2022, 13:30

It's a weird one, mine stays logged in 99% of the time, then occasionally it will throw me out and I need to log in again and check the keep me logged in box. It's a browser related rather than forum thing, but I don't know what or why.
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Re: Logging in

Postby Cabinetman » 09 Feb 2022, 18:34

9fingers wrote:When you get to the login page, tick the stay logged in box first, then put in your credentials.

I don't understand the race to login in anyway. I have to press the button to login?

Maybe safari for mac is different from that used by iphone?

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Good idea I’ll try that next time.
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