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  • HannahJ
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28 May 2005 11:59 #18394 by HannahJ
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If you forget to log off, does the website do it automatically after a certain amount of time?

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31 May 2005 12:51 #8974 by emilyhamptonm
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Yes Hannah, it does when you close the page.

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31 May 2005 16:05 #8979 by HannahJ
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Ha! I just came on, and I am still signed in from this morning! Query this<img src=icon_smile_question.gif border=0 align=middle><img src=icon_smile_question.gif border=0 align=middle><img src=icon_smile_question.gif border=0 align=middle>



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01 Jun 2005 13:05 #8994 by admins little helper
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The site will keep you logged in on that computer, until you manually log out.

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01 Jun 2005 14:38 #8995 by HannahJ
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Thanx for replying - maybe it should be changed so that it signs you off automatically after some time, or when you close the page?

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07 Jun 2005 19:25 #9065 by emilyhamptonm
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i keep logd on all the time i haveent loged out in about 6 months
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07 Jun 2005 19:26 #9066 by ecover
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that was from me my sister must have loged me off and her on
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08 Jun 2005 15:47 #9076 by HannahJ
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If i click logout, then go back a page, i am still logged in...

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08 Jun 2005 16:36 #9077 by admins little helper
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The message boards run on borrowed code - ie, code we didn't write from scratch - that is available for free download. It means Scotty or I certainly don't have the necessary expertise to address such problems (Simon may?). It is probably an incompatibility between the code used and your system setup. At the moment yours is the only complaint from 2,126 registered users who have made over 10,000 posts. Hopefully it won't bug you too much...

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08 Jun 2005 19:25 #9079 by HannahJ
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Ha ha. Thankz!<img src=icon_smile.gif border=0 align=middle>

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08 Jun 2005 19:53 #9082 by Paul Hansen
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Personally I think it's great you don't have to keep logging on, the only time I have to is when I clear all my cookies every couple of months or so.

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09 Jun 2005 09:09 #9087 by Peter rhodes
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what is a cookie? don't anyone say it is annother word for biscuit!

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international mirror=gunter press

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09 Jun 2005 12:40 #9093 by HannahJ
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i think it's some sort of marker? Or when you type in the web address it brings up all the addresses you've been on...

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15 Jun 2005 08:18 #9157 by hansen
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A Cookie is a small file that is placed on your computer when you visit web sites. The file contains information which the web site re-uses e.g. your logon details. When you return to the mirror forum, it finds the cookie created when you logged on and knows that you previously logged on. (Thats my guess anyway). Cookies can be deleted using control panel, internet options ......

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