Forum’s short-term memory

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OK, can someone please try having the board remember you now?
Let us know back here! :o
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Yes we nice person the hack this problem


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Doesn’t work for me in Safari on the iPad but never has in the past either.
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One solution may be to use the forum without the 'secure' setting as I suspect the shared certificate may not be helping.
If it works you may need to resave it in your favorites or bookmarks.

At present the suggested address is https://www.ozervnews.com/forum (or for BernieQ ,,,.. search.php?search_id=unreadposts )

Try this one. (dropping the 's' )
http://www.ozervnews.com/forum (or for BernieQ ,,,.. http://www.ozervnews.com/forum/search.p ... nreadposts )

If you do that you may get a warning about not secure website. Ignore it as we aren't discussing nuclear arming codes) ;) ;)
errrr .... whatever floats your boat! .....
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I don't have a problem Brucie .
I get straight in without being asked for password .
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We might have cracked it. All Hail to the Messiah.
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Ok will check it out now


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Checked it out and I still have to login every time.

So to me it's still broke


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Noggins wrote:
Wed Apr 01, 2020 8:40 pm
Checked it out and I still have to login every time.

So to me it's still broke


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Get rid of any existing short cuts. Use the URL given above (revised one), select unread pots tab then save a new short cut.
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Noggins wrote:
Wed Apr 01, 2020 8:40 pm
Checked it out and I still have to login every time.

So to me it's still broke


Ron
Get rid of any existing short cuts. Use the URL given above (revised one), select unread pots tab then save a new short cut.
Steve Williams
http://stevew1945blog.com/

Every absurdity has a champion to defend it.
Oliver Goldsmith. 1728 -1774

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