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My "Login" time expires so quickly. Sometimes it takes several tries to get logged in again. I don't doubt the difficulty is on my end, but perhaps someone could advise me?
Many thanks; many blessings,
Fede, you lost me here with, "Your log-in will be longer." Do you mean shorter?
Also, to whom this matter goes, why do we get logged out so quickly when we start replying to posts? It seems that, more often than not, I have to log back in in order to post. I have a 25-character pw to keep me from posting every day (I simply can't let my studies go down the drain and I'm way more interested in Eastern spirituality than in bodily processes.).
Is it possible to have a longer time to make posts without being logged out? I mean, I make short posts, relatively. The only way I know that helps is to press PREVIEW POST frequently, but that breaks my chain of thought.
No insurmountable problem, though. At least these days what I have written returns. It used to be that it all was GONE. Well, perhaps the world is a better place without so much hot air.
You select the "Remember me?" box.
Then even if you still log out when you've finished, you will have posted for much longer without incident.
I should have said.....
If you type your username and password and CHECK the "Remember Me?" box, you will stay logged in permanently on that computer until you log out.
If you have cookies disabled for some reason on your computer, the Remember Me box will not work as stated above, but very few people do that.
Is there a QUICK GUIDE anywhere to internet savvy?
I thought checking the "remember me" button would make my name and password automatically be filled in and didn't want that. I guess I need to connect more dots. Of course one problem I have is having different passwords for everything and needing to remember them by actually using them often. I don't trust the internet any farther than three feet away from my eyeballs.
But I'll take your word for it, Fede and Matt, and check the "remember me" button. Thanks!