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    Staying Logged In

    Well, I've found one feature of the software update that I really like: I stay logged in. The older version used to spit me out after some inactivity. But now, as long as my laptop is open, I stay logged in!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cynthia White View Post
    Well, I've found one feature of the software update that I really like: I stay logged in.
    Sounds like a bug, maybe one of the administrators can fit it.
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    I'm wondering if you were going to familywoodworking.com instead of .org? I've started forcing an address update to fix another issue. The cookies are authenticated for .org, so if you went to .com the cookie would have been invalid.
    Darren

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    hey darren when you get in far enough to fix your first problem be sure to fix the other one that lets her on at a monets notice we need a break in between to tune in another channnel
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    Larry,

    She can jump in on any of my posts any time. So can you. That goes, even though you two are opposites:Female/Male, Pretty/____, Tall/Short, Craftsman of many years/Newbee, Etc./Etc.

    Enjoy,

    JimB

    Notice how I stayed within the CofC.
    First of all you have to be smarter than the machine.
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    Darren, no idea, I'm at .org. I just find I'm always logged in....I like it...I hope it doesn't change...


    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    hey darren when you get in far enough to fix your first problem be sure to fix the other one that lets her on at a monets notice we need a break in between to tune in another channnel
    How quickly we forget! It wasn't long ago, Mr. Ambassador, that you were boo-hoo-ing, "cynthia, where are you? we need questions!"
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    just checking to see if your awake and staying alert
    If in Doubt, Build it Stout!
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    Don't put off today till tomorrow!

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