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sdmark777 03-13-2022 10:14 AM

Problem staying logged in
 
Anyone else having this problem. Started a few days ago and persists. Luger Forum does not stay logged in. Even though I check remember me. I go to the message board and bring up a thread. Then when I click back on message board it has everything locked, so I have to log in every time! Very frustrating. I completely exited Luger Forums and tried all over again. I still makes me log in every time I click message board.:banghead:

Mac Cat 03-13-2022 10:19 AM

Yes. It seems to be up and down a lot this week more than usual.

sdmark777 03-13-2022 10:26 AM

Thanks, I have not experienced this issue before very frustrating. Thought it might be a Russian hack!:eek:

jeb111 03-13-2022 10:49 AM

Same going on with me. Just started a few days ago.
Jim

sheepherder 03-13-2022 01:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jeb111 (Post 343506)
Same going on with me. Just started a few days ago.
Jim

LugerForum was down a few days ago, for some time [hours?]. I put it down to John D. maintenance...

May have a slight glitch now...I had to sign in to make this post, unusual for me...I had logged in as usual this morning w/no problem... :rolleyes:

Edward Tinker 03-13-2022 01:22 PM

Not affecting me, usually this is an issue with your cookies.
Clear all the cookies for the site, if you clear ALL cookies, you'll have to sign in.

Clear cookies, restart, sign in

aldo35 03-13-2022 03:51 PM

delete cookies
 
I deleted rowsing history and cookies still problem

jeb111 03-13-2022 04:32 PM

working fine for me now

cirelaw 03-13-2022 06:37 PM

Working Now~ TKS you both!

Mac Cat 03-13-2022 07:47 PM

Yeah, it's been fine for the last few days, so I figured it was some maintenance.
No worries, here.

Thanks for all of you who volunteer and for the WebMaster - I appreciate your talents and time.

kkiley 03-13-2022 08:28 PM

Yes has been happening for the last two days ?

MikeP 03-15-2022 03:26 PM

Same-same for me. Not going to get upset over it.

John D. 03-15-2022 04:55 PM

I think it's because certain browsers don't like the auto switch from a non-secure to a secure site...?

When I saw this thread - I had a good "head scratch" trying to figure it out - but, when I opened it up with the "www" link - it didn't swap over automatically.??

Soooo. I just added a few lines of text to the HTTPS redirect code - and let me know in this thread - if you have any further issues, OK? You should see a padlock - or "secure" or whatever your browser shows as a "secure site, regardless of how you come into the site/forums (yes - there are multiple entry points), as to be expected with a site that has been around for over twenty years ;)

My best to all...!

John D.

Mac Cat 03-15-2022 05:03 PM

Thanks John.
I just refreshed my browser and confirmed it's got the padlock (secure) !
(Mac OS 12.x Monterey with Safari 15.3, Chrome ver 99.0.4844.51, and Firefox 97.0)
All current.

I wasn't getting kicked out, I was having trouble getting logged in, but that was last week.
I haven't had any hiccups this week.

Cheers!

John D. 03-15-2022 05:09 PM

Thanks buddy!! Glad it's working for you - and hopefully the others in this thread as well...

Yep - a few days ago when the ISP had an issue with a router upstream, I figured "it was time" to drop the new code into the forum/community... While I wish there wasn't a hiccup in it, I guess there was for a few?

Anywho - again - thanks for the feedback and encouragement Mac Cat!
:cheers:
John

sdmark777 03-15-2022 06:49 PM

I cleared cookies, did not work. What ever you did John fixed it! I logged out, logged in and all is back to normal. Thanks, Mark

John D. 03-15-2022 06:58 PM

Perfect - thanks Mark!!

I've got finger's x'ed that the forced browser swap from non-secured to secured will work for all - and glad it worked for you!

Any thanks for the feedback and input, Mark!

John D.

sheepherder 03-15-2022 07:11 PM

I had not even noticed it was https// now instead of http//...But Seamonkey [Mozilla] 2.53.11 swapped seamlessly...Or so it seems...But I will replace my bookmark anyway... ;)

John D. 03-15-2022 07:21 PM

Thanks for the info sheepherder..!

Hopefully, no one else is stuck in the crack between http and https - or so I hope..?!

Anyway...:cheers:

John D.

MikeP 03-16-2022 12:53 AM

Working foe me, now.


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