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i personally use a variety of browsers from a plethora of different computers on a daily basis. i have experienced some 'user state' issues with the site, but all can be easily fixed by first pulling up this page:

 

http://www.cascadeclimbers.com/threadz/logout.php

 

simply login, and all is set. if you are super lazy, you can set your browser to save your user/pass for that page so you just have to hit enter.

 

since i'm not paid to troubleshoot your computer issues marylou, thats the best i nfo i can give you. the problem itself could be caused by any number of things: ISP caching, personal firewalls, browser settings, but nine times out of ten the problem lies between the keyboard and the chair.

 

happy surfing!

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So theoretically, that logout page should be the first thing I go to at cc? As in, delete others from my faves, and start there? Thanks, I shall start with that.

 

I will give it a try. As you stated, I know it is all my fault, and I am doing something wrong, no matter what computer, what browser, and what connection I am using.

 

Thank you sir, may I have another? wink.gif

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Just checking in re the login problems. Adjusted cookie settings on laptop, and have cc.com set to "accepted cookies" in Mozilla.

 

Also just got a new home compyooder, installed Mozilla, starting with a clean slate, still having same problems there, and not with any site other than cc. Also have same problem with running IE.

 

Weird!

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It might be your security system. Ever since I started running this adware/spyware blocker it deletes my cc.com cookie every couple of hours mad.gif But really, how hard is it to remember your password?

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It's just this site that I have to re login every time. Why not other sites? rolleyes.gif

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I'm having the same problem as Marylou and Lucky. I don't think it's my computer since I haven't changed anything recently. I've talked to others who are also having this problem.

 

As computer problems go, this is pretty minor though.

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i think i've said this in another thread, but i have cookies set to expire every few hours. this is to prevent some issues we were having with users at companies who use ISA server.

 

i'm not sure if the expiring cookies has prevented the ISA problem from happening anymore, so i'd be willing to change it back. but that is why this is happening, by design.

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I thought it was just my computer. I always have to log in when I visit cc.com. It started happening a couple months ago.

Jedi

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I have found that if you log in the first time you visit the site, and don't close your browser, then if you go off surfing and then return to the site, even though it says "you are not logged in", just click on any of the other tabs besides "Log In" (like Main Index, Active Topics, Who's Online, etc.) and you will go there and find that you are, in fact, still logged in. Does that help to clear it up any?

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