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It is getting real frustrating that I have to keep logging in. Every 10-15 minutes I have to keep signing in. If I change threads, I have to sign in. If I go back to the main page, I have to sign in.

I have tried deleting cookies Each time I check the box "stay logged in" but it makes no difference.

HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
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I'll have a look around, but the system logs out anyone after 30 minutes of inactivity. This has always been the case, unless you have to box checked to always stay logged in.

Make sure your browser keeps cookies from christianforums.net

Is anyone else having this problem?
 
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yep, stay logged in box clicked and some times really slow, ...but after saying that it could be this po-dunk connection in Tahiti.
 
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Rick W

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Eora Chopper

If Internet Explorer it looks like cookies are bundled with everything else.
With Firefox I can set up cookies by themselves.

Click "Tools" then "Internet Options"

Then by clicking "settings" circled in red ....

 
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I stopped using IE.I really liked it but I was having so many problems.I now use Chrome.
 
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Eora Chopper

If Internet Explorer it looks like cookies are bundled with everything else.
With Firefox I can set up cookies by themselves.

Click "Tools" then "Internet Options"

Then by clicking "settings" circled in red ....

Ok Rick. I did as you said, and when I went into Browsing history and "settings" I found that "Delete browsing history on exit was marked. I un-checked it, clicked on settings,and found the box Temporary internet files was already checked "automatic. Am I all set?
 
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Ok Rick. I did as you said, and when I went into Browsing history and "settings" I found that "Delete browsing history on exit was marked. I un-checked it, clicked on settings,and found the box Temporary internet files was already checked "automatic. Am I all set?
By the way, I use Firefox.
 
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Rick W

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Try Internet Explorer just for grins and giggles
Let me know what happens

I have Firefox too. No probs