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mrklean

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Ever since the forum was worked on my computer wont keep my logged in, i have to enter my password in everytime. Has anyone else had this problem or know whats wrong?

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Isn't there a "remember me" button to click?

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I should have thought about that, oh wait i did ;\) yea thats whats not workin it did before but after the forum went down it stopped workin.

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my problem is logging out. i tried 4 times in a row and wont log me out so i gave up.

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Often these issues are resolved by clearing your cookies. Although MrKlean's isses almost sounds like he's disabled cookies. The site won't remember you if your cookies are disabled.

If that doesn't work use the "Contact Us" button at the bottom of the page. They are more web savy than I am. ;\)

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