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    Linux Newbie lugoteehalt's Avatar
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    have to log in twice?


    I log in to write forum thing, then have to log in again to post it. That's two log ins. This sort of thing drives people to go mad and to set fire to their own groins, or that of another.

    You need to fix this.
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    Hi !

    If you dont check 'Remember Me?' check box ( near UserId text box ) while logging in, you will be logged out automatically after 14 minutes of inactivity .
    It is amazing what you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit.
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    Linux Newbie lugoteehalt's Avatar
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    Don't think I was inactive, but will bear that in mind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lugoteehalt View Post
    Don't think I was inactive, but will bear that in mind.
    You are the only one that has reported the double login requirement, so what Casper said could very well have been the problem.

    Let us know, and thanks for the feedback.
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    I should add here that if you don't want to check the "remember me" box and are spending over 15 minutes to compile any new posts, you might want to consider putting them together in a text editor, then copy/paste them into the forums right after logging in. That way, you shouldn't get logged off before pressing the "submit new thread" button.
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    Linux Newbie lugoteehalt's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by ozar View Post
    I should add here that if you don't want to check the "remember me" box and are spending over 15 minutes to compile any new posts, you might want to consider putting them together in a text editor, then copy/paste them into the forums right after logging in. That way, you shouldn't get logged off before pressing the "submit new thread" button.
    Oh, I thought 'inactivity' meant not doing anything. So it's almost certainly what you say then.
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