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Not wanting to be left out, android phone, no problems :good:

If I had the patience to work out how to log in on the tablette (I never use it) I'm sure that would be OK as well, will try when May 4 is with me!

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Had to log in 2 or 3 times at the beginning, but it has been fine since then.

Running safari on an iPad Air

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Thanks Soopy, Noisette and LD.
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No problems at all. Chrome via Macbook.

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Post by Le Démerdeur »

I am pleased to say that I can once again log in and remain logged in on my laptop Windows 7 using Firefox browser.

I followed one of Mikes suggestions which will be better explained if you find it, basically I deleted the old active topics link from my toolbar, logged in, went to active topics then copied the URL of that page to the toolbar again.

It works but dont ask me how or why.

I hope it works for you as well, easy enough to try :good:

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Cache - A file of data on a local hard drive. When downloaded data are temporarily stored on the user's local disk or on a local network disk, it speeds up retrieval the next time the user wants that same data (Web page, graphic, etc.) from the Internet or other remote source. When a site has been changed like this one was when upgraded, sometimes it is necessary to clear that old data for the new site to work as it should on your device.
Hope that explanation helps.
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I cleared that several days ago, most of the others with problems say they have done so also, I hope what I did (Mikes suggestion) works for the others as well.

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As I said something else was changed tonight so can't tell you what exactly solved the issue but happy things are okay. :P
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no problem

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Thanks Bluebird and chaletcat.
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