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Discussion in 'Site Help, Feedback, & Announcements' started by THoey, Nov 13, 2001.

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  1. THoey

    THoey Thread Starter

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    The last couple of days, when I check the forums, I see the same initial most recent thread of a post. If I go to a post I read yesterday and select the most recent, I see the same "recent" post as I saw yesterday. I then have to scroll down to see the newer posts.

    I thought maybe the most recent had gone down, but when I went to post this question, it said I was not logged in. Is that the cause? Did something change recently to the Remember Me option?

    Just checking...
     
  2. TechGuy

    TechGuy Administrator

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    I really don't understand the first part of your question -- are you saying that you're not seeing new posts?

    As for the 'remember me' feature, make sure your cookies are turned on. If you have problems, you might want to clear them out and log back in to re-create the cookie for this site.
     
  3. hewee

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    Wow posted here
    http://forums.techguy.org/showthread.php?s=&threadid=58199

    But when I clicked to submit it, it took for every and got box
    on site being down and then clicked ok. It went to the page that
    showes that your post was made and you can wait or click the link
    but then the samething happen but when I clicked ok I did not go
    to the page I just posted in but to this tread here.
    http://forums.techguy.org/showthread.php?s=&postid=273773#post273773

    Went back to where I posted and there was no post.

    So I had to post again.

    Plus when I came here I was a guest and had to login.
    Yes the cookies are on.
    This even happen 2 more times after I had login when
    I went to post I was again a guest.

    Been getting these or ones like it a lot too.

    TSG Forums Message
    There are no threads newer than the previous one. Click the back button in
    your browser to return to it.

    I was clicking on the tread so I should of gone to the tread.

    Maybe the upgrade tonight will fix it.

    This happen yesterday by the way.
     
  4. jbcalg

    jbcalg

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    may or may not be related to tonight's upgrade (how's that for 'i dunno' ? LOL)

    had to log back in, add the site to the 'allow' list in IE6 etc (again, as did the first time)

    not a biggy, but did take a few times before it stuck
     
  5. Sharon D

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    Same thing with me. I had to login again to be recognised, but once I logged in it was good to go there after.
     
  6. Dark Star

    Dark Star

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    I didn't have any problems, nor did I have to log back in. :p

    DS
     
  7. Sharon D

    Sharon D

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    Ok. I was wrong. I'm having to log in every time I come to the board even though my settings are all correct in CP and I'm 'cookied'. Not sure what's up with that...but it sure is annoying.
     
  8. RandyG

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    I, also, have been having no problems at all.
     
  9. TechGuy

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    Try clearing your cookies, Sharon
     
  10. THoey

    THoey Thread Starter

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    Everything seems to be fine today...
     
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