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Keep being logged out on the forum


spuds
Resolved

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Don't know is this is a new problem, but today I seem to be having a constant battle to remain logged into the PCA forum.

Everytime I try or actually post a response, I seem to have need to login again. On the login page, I start with the option of a boxed 'remember me' red tick that transfers to a black tick.

Do I need to leave the 'remember me' constantly ticked, so that I can carry on without being logged out everytime?.

This problem as never seemed to have happened on previous days since the new website started. Also at times today, the site seems to be running very slow, and I was wondering if this was part of the problem?.

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buteman

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It has been running slow on and off at certain times of the day.And sometimes unable to view PCA or get signed in. Not sure if that is what is causing your problems though.

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buteman

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And yes make sure remember me is ticked.

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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You will be logged out if you remove the PCA cookie from your browser cache

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spuds

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Thanks guys, all seems well today. So I will see how it goes!.

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spuds

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The next question is how do you do Resolved?.

Tried clicking the ticks and perhaps thats not the answer, as nothing seems to happen?.

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spuds

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Whoops it now seems to work, after trying all the ticks. So cancel the last request ;o)

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