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    Default Can't save log in information?

    It's been a long time that I find I can't save login info for the next visit of the forum.

    I have to input username and password every time I open the forum. Is it designed like this or I missed something big?

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    Default Re: Can't save log in information?

    It is designed like that.

    But I leave open one window on the forums from morning to evening (iconized, no need to see it) and that will keep the login open.
    Henk van Velden

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    Default Re: Can't save log in information?

    Quote Originally Posted by hcvv View Post
    It is designed like that.

    But I leave open one window on the forums from morning to evening (iconized, no need to see it) and that will keep the login open.
    Alright. It is really unique though.

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    Default Re: Can't save log in information?

    On Wed, 15 Jan 2014 17:26:01 +0000, bonedriven wrote:

    > hcvv;2616303 Wrote:
    >> It is designed like that.
    >>
    >> But I leave open one window on the forums from morning to evening
    >> (iconized, no need to see it) and that will keep the login open.

    >
    > Alright. It is really unique though.


    It's been discussed a number of times in this forum and in the forums
    feedback forum. The credentials used here are used in other systems as
    well (which, among other things, is how they weren't compromised in the
    recent hack), so there are security concerns beyond this particular forum.

    Jim



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    Default Re: Can't save log in information?

    Quote Originally Posted by bonedriven View Post
    Alright. It is really unique though.
    Yes, it is. Like openSUSE itself.
    Henk van Velden

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