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6/18/12 9:49am - Reply: 'Re: Time for a post on the way forum is acting'
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Ok. I just rebooted the server.
Let's see if that helps.

I really have no idea what's going on, or how to fix it.

I'm just trying things right now to see if it helps.


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6/18/12 10:07am - Reply: 'Re: Time for a post on the way forum is acting'
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Test post...
I logged in to make this post, when I clicked on the "Reply" box, it logged me out. When I logged back IN, it took me to the reply box...like I never even logged out.

btw..I have the same issue with the C4VR site, too, but ONLY here at work....I STILL think this is gunna be a browser issue...


AND the C6VR..BUT...NO issues on the C7VR site...it has different software tho, right?


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6/18/12 10:37am - Reply: 'Re: Time for a post on the way forum is acting'
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For you guys that are having a problem,
When you log into the site, do you check the box to "Save Login on My Computer" on the login page or not?


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6/18/12 11:17am - Reply: 'Re: Time for a post on the way forum is acting'
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Adams' Apple said: Here I am at "work" now, and I had to log in twice. Once when I first clicked on the site, then I came to this thread, and I was no longer logged in. But...I have said, this is ONLY a problem for me at werk, on the work 'puter. I'm thinking this is a browser issue, as far as MY issue.
I did just update the FF browser here, and it made no difference....it's just the way the boss has this 'puter set. Once again, I NEVER have to re-log in at home...just here at werk...

Otay...THIS post posted, but when the page came back up with my new post, I was logged out again, even tho my post posted...if that helps.




That's Egg Zackly my problem. Three times I had to relog in to post this.

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6/18/12 12:25pm - Reply: 'Re: Time for a post on the way forum is acting'
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Adam Wartell said: For you guys that are having a problem,
When you log into the site, do you check the box to "Save Login on My Computer" on the login page or not?


Adam, for ME, I have NOT been doing that here at work. I don't want anyone else to have access. However...I just did do that for this session. We'll see if that makes a difference.
On my home 'puter, YES...that box has been clicked since day one.

bytw...When I logged in just now, It showed me logged in, and went to the 24 hr Tech only page. I clicked on the regular "24 hr active thread list" under the forums drop down, came to this page...and was logged out. When I logged back in, I clicked the "Save my stuff on my 'puter" box....let's see if it worked.

As a side note, I logged into the C7VR site this morning, and made a post there....two hours ago. I just went back to that site, and I was STILL logged in. I made an edit to my post there, had NO problems, and did not have to log back in there.


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6/18/12 12:55pm - Reply: 'Re: Time for a post on the way forum is acting'
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For anyone that is having a problem,

Please tell me what browser and version you are using.

IE, Firefox, Chrome, etc.

Thanks!


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6/18/12 4:13pm - Reply: 'Re: Time for a post on the way forum is acting'
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Ok, here is another couple of problems I have run into, when I clicked on post a reply to this thread it sent me to a login page when I was already loged in. The other issue is trying to read some posts on here, like (water temp) and needing a screen 14ft long to read the post?
 
I'm using a military system w/ IE and windows 7 enterprise dont know which version of IE.


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6/18/12 4:58pm - Reply: 'Re: Time for a post on the way forum is acting'
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Just to let y'all know, I'm not having any issues on my iPad 2 iOS 5 with Safari or on my home computer, Windows 7 Pro with IE 9 or Firefox. Only issue I see is somewhat of a slow page load time on all my devices. Not terribly slow, but enough to notice.

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6/18/12 5:19pm - Reply: 'Re: Time for a post on the way forum is acting'
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Fred, the pages where the text is spread across half of Texas is due to folks inserting images that are TOO LARGE. I try to catch them, but sometimes it takes a while to get them taken care of. That is NOT a site issue...it's a user issue.

On to login issues...Adam, I clicked the "Save my info on my 'puter" box earlier today...around 10am or so(?)...I have NOT had to re-log on since then...and this puter has been idle since 12pm. Clap It has kept me logged in, even tho I have NOT even been on the puter since lunchtime.
So, that solve MY log-in issues.


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6/18/12 5:37pm - Reply: 'Re: Time for a post on the way forum is acting'
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Adams' Apple said: On to login issues...Adam, I clicked the "Save my info on my 'puter" box earlier today...around 10am or so(?)...I have NOT had to re-log on since then...and this puter has been idle since 12pm. Clap It has kept me logged in, even tho I have NOT even been on the puter since lunchtime.
So, that solve MY log-in issues.


Technically, you're not really "logged in" for that many hours in a row if you haven't been active.  What checking that box does is that when you browse to any page on the site, after having NOT been on any page of the site for a very long time (like over 90 minutes), it will automatically log you in, but you won't see the login page. So you appear to still be logged in, when in reality, you were not.

This may not fix the problems you've been having getting around, but it might.

If you still get the thing where you click a link to a thread or forum and it takes you to the home page, you may still appear to be logged in, but will have wound up in the wrong place.

If the problem still happens when you are trying to submit a post, it may lose your post, but you may still appear to be logged in, and could be returned to the entry form, or somewhere else.

You just have to keep me posted on it.

Like a mechanic diagnosing a car problem, if it doesn't happen for me and doesn't happen consistently it's very hard to figure out!



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6/18/12 8:55pm - Reply: 'Re: Time for a post on the way forum is acting'
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Ok new issue, I just loged in and went to a pm, when I clicked to open it, I was on the home page and not loged on. I had to login again go to PM and try to open again. I'm on my home computer now and I have windows 7 ultimate svc/pck 1 with latest IE.  Hope this helps.

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6/19/12 7:05am - Reply: 'Re: Time for a post on the way forum is acting'
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I must have missed the problem.
No problems at work or home.
I "Like" it.


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6/19/12 12:03pm - Reply: 'Re: Time for a post on the way forum is acting'
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Ok....here's what just hapened to me...no problem logging in ever, have login saved...when I click my saved "favorites" link which is supposed to be the "Active threads past 24 hours" it takes me to "Active C3VR Tech threads", which I can live with. Went down to the link and clicked for the "Active threads past 24 hours" and it took me there. Then clicked on link to read the"BBC LS5 454....." thread and it took me back to the "Active C3VR Tech threads" page. Did this twice to me. Got back on "Active threads past 24 hours" page to report this and clicked on the "Time for a post on the way forum is acting" thread and it took me there to it...but when I clicked on the page 2 link it took me back to the "Active C3VR Tech threads" page again. Back buttoned to "time for post..." page and finally got to page 2. Went down and clicked on "Post Reply" button on bottom and it took me to the "Active C3VR Tech threads" page again...it did this 4 times until I finally got page to write up this reply. To me it seems as though the real problems started with the "Active C3VR Tech threads" page implementation. Again I am using Internet Explorer...most recent version, Windows 7. This happens pretty much on a daily basis. I have "Firefox" and "Chrome" installed, I will try them for a few days and see if there is any difference.

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6/19/12 2:02pm - Reply: 'Re: Time for a post on the way forum is acting'
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Ok, so the change in the Home Page only showing the Tech threads could not have caused this problem.  The only change I made to that is which threads get shown in the list. Not functionality was changed. 

It does not seem to be the Like buttons, because even after I removed them, folks still had problems.

So I'm going to ask you guys that are having the problem to try to do one more thing for me....

When you are on a page and about to click a link (not about to submit your newly entered post), but just a link to take you somewhere, like form the Active Thread List to a Thread.... BEFORE you click the link, hover your mouse over the link and look at the status bar of your browser (usually the bottom left) and look to see what URL appears there. It should be something that makes sense.  Like if you're going to the Active Threads list, then you should see "24hours" in the URL.  If you're going to a forum link (like a thread, reply or category, you should see "vrforums" in the URL.

If you do see what looks to be correct in the URL, click it.  If it takes you to a place you are not expecting, let me know what it SHOULD have gone to and what it DID go to.

If you do not see what looks to be correct in the URL, then let me know what page you were on when you saw the wrong URL and what link you were hovering over.

I'm trying to figure out if the problem (disconnect/logoff/etc) is happening BEFORE or AFTER you click a link.  (My guess, right now, is after).

Thanks! 



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6/19/12 2:38pm - Reply: 'Re: Time for a post on the way forum is acting'
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What happened now is...I clicked on link in e-mail to go to the "time for a post....." thread and in stead it took me the same "Active C3VR Tech Forum threads" pagwe. Did this 5 times and I gave up and clicked the link at bottom to go "Active threads psat 24 hours" list and got to the thread that way. This time clicking the "post reply" button woked ok. The status bar for the link in the e-mail read http://www.c3vr.com/forums/message_go.asp?MID=422510&jump=1#422685 but took me to the "Tech" list instead. Hope that's what you are looking for.

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6/19/12 3:21pm - Reply: 'Re: Time for a post on the way forum is acting'
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When you say the "Active Tech Threads" list, do you mean the Home Page located at http://www.c3vr.com  ?? 
also known as:  http://www.c3vr.com/default.asp 



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6/20/12 10:57pm - Reply: 'Re: Time for a post on the way forum is acting'
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Adam Wartell said: When you say the "Active Tech Threads" list, do you mean the Home Page located at http://www.c3vr.com  ?? 
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Yes
For what its worth, although it's a moot point now. It works a little better with Firefox but still have some of the same problems.

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6/21/12 9:03am - Reply: 'Re: Time for a post on the way forum is acting'
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Angry
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I just typed out a long post reply on the "Trailer" thread...hit the "Post" button, and......SON-OF-A-Censored!!!Angry It CLEARED my post out! I was staring at a blank friggin post reply box.....I did NOT "copy" first, either....
I wanna cuss soooooo bad right now.....

Windows XP/Firefox 13.?


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I duunno. When I'm checking the site here from work tonight, everything seems to be working perfectly! We'll see when I get home!
 
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Adams' Apple said: Angry
SON-OF-A-Censored!!!Angry

I just typed out a long post reply on the "Trailer" thread...hit the "Post" button, and......SON-OF-A-Censored!!!Angry It CLEARED my post out! I was staring at a blank friggin post reply box.....I did NOT "copy" first, either....
I wanna cuss soooooo bad right now.....

Windows XP/Firefox 13.?
Joel, now that's funny...........(not really) Since I've been using the "keep me logged in", I've not been having trouble...........as Adam suggested. 

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