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Old 01-06-2018, 16:04   #1
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Today's Post's Malfunction?

In the last two daze, every time I have tried to check on the latest postings without "logging in" which is a pain in the neck unless I have something to offer, instead of seeing the latest posts a "search window" opens as if I had clicked on "Search". Is this simply a web-site malfunction or have you (tech's) elected this as a means of forcing people to log in, perhaps for "viewer counts" for advertising?

Inquiring mind want to know...
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Old 01-06-2018, 16:10   #2
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Re: Today's Post's Malfunction?

That is the world telling you to quit F***ing around and go sailing.
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Old 01-06-2018, 16:18   #3
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Re: Today's Post's Malfunction?

Same thing for me and I'm not into sailing right now.
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Re: Today's Post's Malfunction?

I just keep myself logged in. The button you tick when you log in that says "Remember Me." But, if you use a browser like Firefox that deletes your cookies when you exit the program, it won't work for you.

You guys could try the "Contact Us" button at the bottom of every page, the tech people look at all of those reports.

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Re: Today's Post's Malfunction?

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I just keep myself logged in. The button you tick when you log in that says "Remember Me." But, if you use a browser like Firefox that deletes your cookies when you exit the program, it won't work for you.

You guys could try the "Contact Us" button at the bottom of every page, the tech people look at all of those reports.

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I use Firefox and it keeps me logged in all the time


For FF to delete cookies on close you need to go into Options and deliberately reset Privacy and Security to do that.
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