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Originally Posted by cousinlucky I can log in but it takes a few minutes and a lot of clicks. You know I do not have any idea why it is ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by cousinlucky View Post
    I can log in but it takes a few minutes and a lot of clicks. You know I do not have any idea why it is doing that!!
    I've logged in hundreds of times since the software was upgraded but have yet to run into that issue, nor have I been able to duplicate it. Maybe it's a browser specific thing... just guessing, though.
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    Well Ozar I just tried my Konqueror browser to log into LF and the log in would not work until all of the images were loaded and then I was greeted with an " incorrect login " and I had to log in again. I'll try my Galeon browser next! Galeon worked pretty well!! I have adblock on my Seamonkey browser so that might be slowing everything up for me.

    If I use Seamonkey I can log in and then go wash my dishes before it takes place!
    Last edited by cousinlucky; 06-16-2011 at 12:33 AM.
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    It's a Windows Site.

    Sheesh and OMFG. I'm out in the 112F weather out in my M/C shop with my Windows 2000 pro sp4 Lappy (Linux on other partitions)

    Was messing with TTS tuning software and upgrading expired stuff on 2000 pro. So came here out of curiosity on IE6 sp1.

    No Adblock. No addons except for running avast av and spywareblaster.

    Log in acted normal like it used to. No need for tab and spacebar.
    No Nag ads.

    It is a Wonderment.

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    Based on NCSA Mosaic. NCSA Mosaic(TM); was developed at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
    Now to go wash my hands.



    Edit: IE6 crashed after I submitted my post. At least some things never change, Posting now in Iceape rebooted into AntiX.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rokytnji View Post
    Sheesh and OMFG. I'm out in the 112F weather out in my M/C shop with my Windows 2000 pro sp4 Lappy (Linux on other partitions)

    Was messing with TTS tuning software and upgrading expired stuff on 2000 pro. So came here out of curiosity on IE6 sp1.

    No Adblock. No addons except for running avast av and spywareblaster.

    Log in acted normal like it used to. No need for tab and spacebar.
    No Nag ads.

    It is a Wonderment.

    Code:
    Based on NCSA Mosaic. NCSA Mosaic(TM); was developed at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
    Now to go wash my hands.



    Edit: IE6 crashed after I submitted my post. At least some things never change, Posting now in Iceape rebooted into AntiX.
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    English brother, speak English!
    My head starts swimming at 112F. Need to go fill the Ice Chest with some Red Stripe.
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    I sure hope that the log in thing gets fixed soon!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cousinlucky View Post
    I sure hope that the log in thing gets fixed soon!!
    cousinlucky, I just logged in with Konqueror, you have to be careful about the username box. I had to actually delete the word "Username" from the box before I entered my actual username. Also, press the tab button after entering your username and password....this will highlight the "Remember me" button, press the spacebar one time to select it and then press the tab button one more time to highlight "Log in" button and press space bar to select it. You might not even see what happens when you press the tab button but it's working. If you do this, you won't need to login again....until you actually log out.
    EDIT:
    1. Clear username box
    2. Enter your username
    3. press tab
    4. enter password
    5. press tab
    6. press spacebar
    7. press tab
    8. press spacebar
    9. Profit!
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    Thank You, Mike!!

    Today was the very first time that I have ever pressed the tab key and your instructions
    ( used on Seamonkey ) sure made my LF log in quicker without question. Thanks Again!!
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    You're welcome. I use the heck out of my tab key....actually I just like using the keyboard a lot, I feel the mouse is actually too slow for my overactive imagination.
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