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Atwooki
07-09-2004, 11:46 PM
No longer applicable

Stillwell
07-10-2004, 06:02 AM
This is probably a side effect from the old CGTalk to the new vBulletin, something similar happened to me too (only the inverse.) Clear your cache, specifically your cookies, and try logging in and logging out again, I'm positive it'll fix your problems.

Atwooki
07-10-2004, 12:45 PM
Nope; not working -
Cleared cache (Ctrl F5)
Deleted cookies
Deled Files
Cleared History

Thanks anyway, Stillwell :shrug:

Atwooki

Stillwell
07-10-2004, 04:28 PM
OS and browser?

Atwooki
07-10-2004, 05:07 PM
Hi Stillwell:
I'm using XP and Mozilla 'FireFox' as a browser....?

Atwooki

Stillwell
07-10-2004, 06:44 PM
Try using IE, see if your problem comes up again. If it doesn't, Firefox would be the problem.

Some users have reported Firefox problems on the vBulletin forums. Have you tried upgrading your Firefox browser to the latest version?

kryoboy
07-11-2004, 01:04 PM
lol, well firefox attempts to log you into whatever site, remember telling fire fox to remember your password for cgtalk, it does alittle more than remember it will log you in without prompt also, i like this feature.

hotmail is the same, u would have to remove ur password and username formt he remembered usernames and passwords.

Atwooki
07-11-2004, 02:45 PM
Thanx guys!


Thanx again :)

Atwooki

ambient-whisper
07-11-2004, 07:36 PM
i like this feature.

its not so nice when your using the internet at work. someone just happens to use your pc/laptop and they got access to your mail if they want and accounts for a lot of sites. not very nice.

Mibus
07-12-2004, 12:24 AM
its not so nice when your using the internet at work. someone just happens to use your pc/laptop and they got access to your mail if they want and accounts for a lot of sites. not very nice.
If it's firefox, it's an option. Almost everything in firefox is an option... (You can also remove saved passwords, in the same place you remove firefox's cookies).

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