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    Login timer extended!

    Hello everyone,

    I know a lot of people have been having time-out issue when they have been logged in. The setting was set to 10 minutes, not very long, especially when you had a lengthy post. Well this has been extended to 1 hour, so this should be a minimal issue anymore. That is 1 hour of inactivity on the site.

    I'm sorry for all those this feature has frustrated in the past (including myself). I hope ya'll enjoy the extended timer! Btw, we can all thank Jake for finding the feature and johnske for pointing us in the right direction.

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    Nice job guys
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    Except it is not working, I was just in for less than 5 minutes and it had logged me off.

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    Hmm, I'll do some testing, but it works great for me. Have you tried logging out, clearing all your cookies and logging back in?

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    That has worked for the first post which took about 3 minutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OBP
    Except it is not working, I was just in for less than 5 minutes and it had logged me off.
    Are you checking the 'Remember Me' check box when you log in? I didn't need to do it before the board was changed but I do now...
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