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Old 01-25-2014, 08:14 AM   #1
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I log in and then the log-in state seems to disappear. Have noticed this the past few days.
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I log in and then the log-in state seems to disappear. Have noticed this the past few days.
Next time you log in, check the "remember me" box.
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Old 01-25-2014, 08:25 AM   #3
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I log in and then the log-in state seems to disappear. Have noticed this the past few days.
I've been having the same issue, and I do check the Remember box. Immediately after I get the login acknowledgement, it's thrown back to the non-logged in state.
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The "Remember me" check box fixed that problem for me. However, it was not needed before, so something has changed.
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If you are using Firefox with Adblock the login button will not appear. Go to Tools/Add ons and disable Adblock. Then re-load the login page and the button will be there. You can then re-enable Adblock.
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Happened using both Explorer and Google Chrome, but the remember me checkbox seemed to fix it, but as NWB said, that never happened before to me.
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The "Remember me" check box fixed that problem for me. However, it was not needed before, so something has changed.
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The log-in issues are almost certainly linked to the server upgrade that took place last week. See the explanation and "how to fix" suggestion here:

Server Upgrade tonight (Friday)
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