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    Firefox???

    Is there any reason for FF would cause me not to be able to sign in automatically. My pass word shows up in the saved list but just lately I have to sign in every time on my notebook.

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    Try deleting any FamilyWoodworking.org cookies and see if that fixes it. Not sure it will, but cookie nuking seems to fix a number of glitches.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    Try deleting any FamilyWoodworking.org cookies and see if that fixes it. Not sure it will, but cookie nuking seems to fix a number of glitches.
    same happened to me a while back and Vaughn made the same suggestion. Worked like a charm.
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    I found out it was Firefox & Zonealarm fighting each other. I am temporally using Exploder 8. It works but I don't like it as well.
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    How do you delete the cookies in Firefox? I have never tried but might be good to know.

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    Jeeze Steve, Christmas just passed by. You'll have to wait til next December and invite Santa Claus over.............He eats all the cookies.......( I can't believe a guy who lives there doesn't know that)

    O.K. It's lame. Go to your header bar in firefox- pick edit/preferences/privacy/show cookies/ remove or delete cookies. At least this is how mine is set up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Downes View Post

    O.K. It's lame. Go to your header bar in firefox- pick edit/preferences/privacy/show cookies/ remove or delete cookies. At least this is how mine is set up.
    There's a setting in the privacy that will allow you to delete cookies every time you exit FF.
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