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insightbrewery

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Noticed this as well on that other forum, did not have it with the old software; sometimes I get randomly logged out.

If it helps, I'm always in an incognito/private tab, usually in Chrome on Win7 x64.
 
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I've been banging on this software for a couple weeks haven't had any login issues, make sure you hit the site at www.camrysource.com I originally had it at www.camrysourse.com/forums but I changed it. Any reason you're in a privacy tab all the time? That doesn't make anything private except nothing is saved locally. Still rocking Windows 7 huh, believe me Windows 10 is nothing great in fact it gets worse every time an update comes out.
 
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Yeah, I had the Chrome, Firefox, and other browsers' shortcuts set up to auto-launch in private, but I rather like clicking through and opening it this way. Totally aware, I just don't like history being saved on my PCs.

Yeah, I specifically keep hardware around that has driver support in Win7, it's the last Windows I care to use. Really hate the interface and all the new crap in Win8 and beyond.

I've been banging on this software for a couple weeks haven't had any login issues, make sure you hit the site at www.camrysource.com I originally had it at www.camrysourse.com/forums but I changed it. Any reason you're in a privacy tab all the time? That doesn't make anything private except nothing is saved locally. Still rocking Windows 7 huh, believe me Windows 10 is nothing great in fact it gets worse every time an update comes out.
 
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Another thing, make sure for some reason you're not switching back and forth between http and https that will log you out.
 
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I'll double-check that, I try to initially open in https, then right-click to open stuff in multiple tabs. I'll see if I can't collect more data on this

Another thing, make sure for some reason you're not switching back and forth between http and https that will log you out.
 
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Do you have your browser set to remember your log ins? Also, when you log into this forum it has a checkmark to remember you. Does that work? Have you tried it on other browsers?


Still rocking Windows 7 huh, believe me Windows 10 is nothing great in fact it gets worse every time an update comes out.
You must be on an Intel Processor where Microsoft keeps having to slow down the processor due to security leaks. Go Intel. (This is more a jab at Intel than anything else)
 
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Nah, browser doesn't remember anything and the forum remembering me in a regular browser tab doesn't work. I'll try Firefox again, I did notice over the past couple years that it works better than Chrome (my go-to), which seems to have become bloated without seeming outwardly bloated.

Do you have your browser set to remember your log ins? Also, when you log into this forum it has a checkmark to remember you. Does that work? Have you tried it on other browsers?



You must be on an Intel Processor where Microsoft keeps having to slow down the processor due to security leaks. Go Intel. (This is more a jab at Intel than anything else)
 
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