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    I thought I was imagining things but I'm not. When I click Log Out it says that all cookies have been cleared but then when I click the forums link I'm still logged in and can reply to posts. Anyone else find this?

    Browser is Mozilla Firefox version 2.0.0.11.
    Last edited by ZeroHour; 27th February 2008 at 03:10 PM.

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    When you come to mention I have noticed this too in FF at work.

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    I just tried that just to check, and it does it to me too

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    I concur with the above.

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    I'm glad you've reported the same problem as I thought that it was me.

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    Hmm I cant recreate it here in any browser. Can you try flushing all your cookies/cache and then restart the browser and try again.
    Some of the cookies settings were tweaked a few weeks ago and I am wondering if its a hangover.
    When you click "log off" it will still display your details on the "cleared cookies" page but when you click to go else where that box should clear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeroHour View Post
    Hmm I cant recreate it here in any browser. Can you try flushing all your cookies/cache and then restart the browser and try again.
    Some of the cookies settings were tweaked a few weeks ago and I am wondering if its a hangover.
    When you click "log off" it will still display your details on the "cleared cookies" page but when you click to go else where that box should clear.
    I have tried that but it doesn't make a difference, it did it at home and work and it also does it on my laptop. I can click log off and go to the home page and then back to the forums and I'm still logged in and able to post.

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    Me too.

    I'm at home today running Windows XP and IE7 and I'm posting this after doing exactly as directed in earlier posts.

    I'll give it a go at school when I get back...
    Last edited by elsiegee40; 12th February 2008 at 11:03 AM.

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    Me too, but only in the last week at home! Running Vista Home Premium at home with IE 7. At school, the problem has been that it takes ages to say that it has logged me out, and then sometimes it hasn't - running XP Prof and IE 6 there.

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    Any update on this?

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    Its now happening to me on one browser at home so I can test and try and find a solution.
    Will keep you posted.

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    Can you try now. I made a change to the logout routine and I cant test as I am not at home.

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    Nope still not working for me

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    The problem still exists.

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    My Vista with IE7 setup at home has let me log out first time now.
    Last edited by Andie; 24th February 2008 at 09:50 PM. Reason: Badly worded first time round!



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