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GLADIATOR
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Re: Tech Support

#11 Post by GLADIATOR » Wed Feb 22, 2012 2:49 pm

And you NOW have to re-log on every time!!! That is a pain.

It is NOT remembering you????
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Re: Tech Support

#12 Post by TechGuy » Wed Feb 22, 2012 2:55 pm

daxtellgt6 wrote: Never mind - didn't realize my "auto log in" didn't carry over when I used the new URL - :oops:
Thank you for the follow-up, daxtellgt6!
You're correct: the auto-login stores your credentials in your browser's cookies based on the URL name and since the new link to the forum differs from the original one, simple re-login will resolve this issue and the new credentials will be stored in the cookies for next "auto-log in"

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Re: Tech Support

#13 Post by TechGuy » Wed Feb 22, 2012 2:58 pm

GLADIATOR wrote:And you NOW have to re-log on every time!!! That is a pain.

It is NOT remembering you????
Hi GLADIATOR,

No, you do not need to re-log in every time. Once you go to the new forum link (http://www.vintagewatchforums.com/) and log in there once and check "Log me on automatically each visit" option, the browser will remember your credentials and next time your login will be automatic.

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Re: Tech Support

#14 Post by marsss25 » Thu Feb 23, 2012 5:29 pm

It's Voldymer, V for short.

Sorry, keep coming back to this... odd choice of wording. :lol:

I've been watching too much Harry Potter.

Thanks for keeping us in the know.
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Re: Tech Support

#15 Post by trim » Mon Apr 02, 2012 8:55 pm

I cannot start new threads atm.
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Re: Tech Support

#16 Post by GeneJockey » Sat May 26, 2012 9:34 am

I can't post on a thread.

EDIT: Never mind.
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Re: Tech Support

#17 Post by Fearlessleader » Mon Aug 29, 2016 6:42 am

I'm glad to have found this site. Since every forum site is different I'm still getting familiar with what's what here and didn't see, yet, how to PM an admin - so this is a good place for this:

The mouse-based "capcha" when registering doesn't work with iPhone or iPad Safari. Can't select and move a word to a different column. I had to wait until I was at my desktop to register. It sure would have been better if y'all had used a mobile-friendly way to prove you're not a robot. Thanks.

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Re: Tech Support

#18 Post by timeliz » Thu Nov 03, 2016 6:47 am

I am not able to edit my post.

I'm pretty sure I used to be able to.

Has this changed for all?

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Re: Tech Support

#19 Post by retroworx » Fri Nov 04, 2016 12:06 am

Hi Liz:

I believe the ability to edit a particular post is time-sensitive and no longer available after a certain amount of time has passed.

I reserve the right to be completely wrong, however, as I have no business wandering in to a tech conversation. :lol:
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Re: Tech Support

#20 Post by Nookster » Mon Nov 21, 2016 3:27 pm

retroworx wrote:Hi Liz:

I believe the ability to edit a particular post is time-sensitive and no longer available after a certain amount of time has passed.

I reserve the right to be completely wrong, however, as I have no business wandering in to a tech conversation. :lol:
You're correct. Once you post I think it's 15 minutes to fix it. It's made so you can't go back and change your story....LOL
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