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    For the past year or more, this site is the only one that won't remember my creds. Every time I come here I have to put in user name and then password to sign in. This is the only site that does this and it does it with all 3 browsers I've tested. Chrome, IE (for now until it's killed off) and now Edge.

    I almost shut down my log in and removed the shortcut in my browser but before I signed off I thought you should know why.

    Been fun but I'm done with "begging" to get in every time.
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    mine also says it doesn't remember... but if I just hit "new posts" it's automatically logs me in!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bish View Post
    For the past year or more, this site is the only one that won't remember my creds. Every time I come here I have to put in user name and then password to sign in. This is the only site that does this and it does it with all 3 browsers I've tested. Chrome, IE (for now until it's killed off) and now Edge.

    I almost shut down my log in and removed the shortcut in my browser but before I signed off I thought you should know why.

    Been fun but I'm done with "begging" to get in every time.
    I think it's the spam filter? I have to log in at least three times before this site recognizes me. I have to click "Click here to get redirected..." Don't leave Mark! Maybe the admins don't even know there's an issue?

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    Bish, I'm sorry man. Someone else complained about this recently but I was sure it was user error. It turns out there is actually something wrong with the forum. I take responsibility for not taking this issue more seriously. It wasn't happening to me. The board recognizes me. I'm contacting su_admin and we'll try and get this fixed right away. So sorry... and my apologies to anyone else that has been experiencing this.
    - Tom

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    Will you consider Shopping at Drum Bum to help support this forum?

    Or make a donation here.



    I know from working with Drum Bum through the years, that this forum is costly to run. It requires server fees, hosting, ongoing moderation, advertising, software upgrades, security certificates and IT work when it breaks. All in addition to the expenses that come from running a business. These costs are offset (hopefully) by members that click through to Drum Bum to make a purchase now and then, if not make a contribution to help keep it running.

    On behalf of Drum Bum, thank you for your consideration.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SpazApproved View Post
    mine also says it doesn't remember... but if I just hit "new posts" it's automatically logs me in!

    Try it
    Exactly the same here. Auto logs in instantly
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    I've had to sign in almost every time for the last 5-6 weeks.
    YOU MESS WITH THE DEVIL YOU KNOW.

    YOU DON'T MESS WITH THE DEVIL YOU DON'T KNOW.

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    I HIT THAT AGE 20 YEARS AGO.

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    I sign in every time to log in.
    Doesn’t bother me. Actually feel more secure that way.

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    For some reason, I'm not signed in when I don't put the "www" at the start of the URL, but if the address has the "www" then it remembers that I'm already signed in. This has probably been going on for years now? Hasn't really bothered me too much to be honest.
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    yeah I always have to refresh and resign in.
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    Just to clear the air, normally this kind of technoBS doesn't bother me. Many things around me are and this got caught up in a day of total frustration and I've had it with anything technical that is causing chaos. You might say, "I'm fed up."

    I apologize if I took it out on Drum Chat. My final word.
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    I'm a little late to this party, but I've had that problem for a long time. I'm not recognized until I click through to one of the comment threads. A source of puzzlement, but no big deal.
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    Guys, I'm told this will be fixed soon. They have a small staff due to Covid so everything is backed up. On behalf of Drum Bum, I apologize for the inconvenience.
    - Tom

    Everyone loves FREE... like this free drum forum. But like your car and even your drums, they require upkeep and maintenance and that requires money.

    Will you consider Shopping at Drum Bum to help support this forum?

    Or make a donation here.



    I know from working with Drum Bum through the years, that this forum is costly to run. It requires server fees, hosting, ongoing moderation, advertising, software upgrades, security certificates and IT work when it breaks. All in addition to the expenses that come from running a business. These costs are offset (hopefully) by members that click through to Drum Bum to make a purchase now and then, if not make a contribution to help keep it running.

    On behalf of Drum Bum, thank you for your consideration.


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