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    logging in and getting spit out

    I notice lots of changes to the board since I've been gone! One thing that is annoying me is that if I'm logged in and am not active for a while, I get spit out and have to keep logging in. Is there a way to change this? I never used to get spit out. I use Chrome on a Mac.

    Thanks
    AKA Young Grasshopper Woodworker
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    Hmm...you're the first to report this type of thing, as far as I know. I took a look at your account and don't see anything out of the ordinary. Are you selecting the "Remember Me?" check box when you log in? If you are, and the problem still exists, then you might try deleting all of your Family Woodworking browser cookies and seeing if that clears up the problem.
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    When the weird get going, they start their own forum. - Vaughn McMillan

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    Thanks Vaughn. I'll try it again, and let you know what happens.
    AKA Young Grasshopper Woodworker
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    Cynthia, Make sure you're going to familywoodworking.org (not .com or .net) and be sure to update or replace any bookmarks you have.
    Darren

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