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#1339597 - 08/02/11 03:35 PM Staying logged in
Mitch P. Offline



Registered: 05/04/01
Posts: 28458
I'm hearing more from people about difficulty staying logged in.

Chances are you recently upgraded Internet Explorer and that is causing the problem.

Try this ...

In IE, go to:

Tools / Internet Options / Security / Trusted sites / Sites

Deselect the "Require server verification" check box

Add this website to the zone:
http://www.ctfisherman.com/

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#1536760 - 10/21/13 11:56 AM Re: Staying logged in [Re: Mitch P.]
tav Offline
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Registered: 10/24/02
Posts: 2985
Loc: southington ct.
hey Mitch.....I tried what you said . I'll stay on for awhile when coming in and out but not for long . what's that eye I see when logging in? does that have anything to do with it? never saw that before.





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#1536808 - 10/21/13 02:49 PM Re: Staying logged in [Re: tav]
ChunkDunker Offline

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Registered: 04/18/05
Posts: 1216
Loc: Western LIS
I have a problem logging in each visit. I click on the log-in icon, enter my info and it comes back incorrect. Then I have to click on a topic then wait for the log-in screen to pop up. Only way I can get in

I just did the instructions above as well and no difference

CD


Edited by ChunkDunker (10/21/13 04:36 PM)
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#1536844 - 10/21/13 05:17 PM Re: Staying logged in [Re: Mitch P.]
Mitch P. Offline



Registered: 05/04/01
Posts: 28458
tav, I'm not sure what you're describing as far as the "eye". Send me a PM with more and I can try to help.

ChunkDunker, it sounds like an incorrectly typed log-in or password is saved in your auto-complete and you're encountering that on the first attempt.

Here's how you can clear that if you want:
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-vista/delete-autocomplete-saved-information

If you guys are open to it, try Firefox or Chrome. You will probably have a better viewing experience.
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#1536845 - 10/21/13 05:22 PM Re: Staying logged in [Re: Mitch P.]
ecurB Offline

Can you eat that ?

Registered: 06/06/10
Posts: 1285
I think the last IE update was #10 ?
In that version there is an "eye" shaped symbol in the place where you enter your password .
Not sure what it means but it comes up on any website that asks for a password .

"Politically correct" was initially coined by Leon Trotsky to refer favorably to those whose views remained in sync with the ever-shifting Bolshevik Party line. This was important, as "not PC" people risked prison or death.
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#1536849 - 10/21/13 05:30 PM Re: Staying logged in [Re: Mitch P.]
ecurB Offline

Can you eat that ?

Registered: 06/06/10
Posts: 1285
I googled it out of curiosity....
The eye

"Politically correct" was initially coined by Leon Trotsky to refer favorably to those whose views remained in sync with the ever-shifting Bolshevik Party line. This was important, as "not PC" people risked prison or death.
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#1536859 - 10/21/13 06:48 PM Re: Staying logged in [Re: Mitch P.]
tav Offline
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Registered: 10/24/02
Posts: 2985
Loc: southington ct.
i went thru what you said.....Tools / Internet Options / Security / Trusted sites / Sites, then unchecked that box.... then i added the site to somthing they called zone....see if that works.





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#1557853 - 02/04/14 04:42 AM Re: Staying logged in [Re: tav]
knowfish Offline

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Registered: 02/07/04
Posts: 1051
Loc: Meriden
I have the same problem. I've periodically had trouble staying logged in but your solutions always solved the problem. This time what you've suggested above does not work nor does clearing cookies , etc.. Its quite annoying.
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#1557871 - 02/04/14 07:57 AM Re: Staying logged in [Re: Mitch P.]
Mitch P. Offline



Registered: 05/04/01
Posts: 28458
Try clicking the "Expire Cookies" button at the bottom of this page and logging in again:

http://www.ctfisherman.com/ubbthreads/ubbthreads.php/ubb/mycookies

What browser are you on? Firefox, Chrome, Explorer?
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#1557952 - 02/04/14 12:39 PM Re: Staying logged in [Re: Mitch P.]
knowfish Offline

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Registered: 02/07/04
Posts: 1051
Loc: Meriden
I'm using IE but will switch to Firefox. Your tip to "expire cookies " seems to have worked. Thanks.
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