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    When I clear the junk from my computer, then I have to relog into the various websites. On this forum now, the "facebook" thingy pops up right where you are supposed to put your password

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo View Post
    When I clear the junk from my computer, then I have to relog into the various websites. On this forum now, the "facebook" thingy pops up right where you are supposed to put your password
    When You clear the junk, If you don't delete Your Cookies then that should not happen.

    What Web Browser are you using ?

    The Facebook connect does need to be moved.
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    I use both IE and Chrome.

    I think you need to lose your cookies now and then!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo View Post
    I use both IE and Chrome.

    I think you need to lose your cookies now and then!

    I agree on that, I try to keep my known good ones.


    Looks different depending on the Browser, I have noticed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo View Post
    I use both IE and Chrome.

    I think you need to lose your cookies now and then!
    you mean like toss your cookies after too much booze? LOL.

    Don is right, you must have cleared your cookies and probably your Internet browsing history. I use IE9, I have Chrome on PC but don't use it except once in a while to remind why I like IE. As far as Facebook goes, you should be able to log on again with your name and password, as I can on anybody's PC (my name and P/W, not yours!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by BobL43 View Post
    you mean like toss your cookies after too much booze? LOL.

    Don is right, you must have cleared your cookies and probably your Internet browsing history. I use IE9, I have Chrome on PC but don't use it except once in a while to remind why I like IE. As far as Facebook goes, you should be able to log on again with your name and password, as I can on anybody's PC (my name and P/W, not yours!)

    I don't use facebook. Don't even know what that is! If I just click in the general area, then it gives me the box that the password is wrong....that box is right in the middle of the screen, so THEN I can log on.

    BTW, this morning, I am on my laptop , using IE, and everything is behaving!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo View Post
    I don't use facebook. Don't even know what that is! If I just click in the general area, then it gives me the box that the password is wrong....that box is right in the middle of the screen, so THEN I can log on.

    BTW, this morning, I am on my laptop , using IE, and everything is behaving!
    silly computers
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo View Post
    BTW, this morning, I am on my laptop , using IE, and everything is behaving!
    I think that vBulletin is probably Optimized for IE, as near as I can tell.

    I hope that Terry don't have the AdSence issues that are inherent with vBulletin, Where you don't get credit where credit is due.


    I wish I did not have to know what FACEBOOK was. I see it as a waste of time, Most of the time.
    Some People have nothing better to do. Nothing good on TV to watch.


    Get up go outside and play awhile.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DonL View Post
    I think that vBulletin is probably Optimized for IE, as near as I can tell.

    I hope that Terry don't have the AdSence issues that are inherent with vBulletin, Where you don't get credit where credit is due.


    I wish I did not have to know what FACEBOOK was. I see it as a waste of time, Most of the time.
    Some People have nothing better to do. Nothing good on TV to watch.


    Get up go outside and play awhile.


    No wonder our butts are getting Wider...
    I have been outside: cutting marble chair rail molding fo rmy bathroom reno. The water spray off the wet saw into my face was refreshing
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    Wow.

    Last time I got Marble in my eye was in 5th grade. Shooting Marbles.

    I hope that you had your safety glasses on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DonL View Post
    Wow.

    Last time I got Marble in my eye was in 5th grade. Shooting Marbles.

    I hope that you had your safety glasses on.
    Sure, and I just had them calibrated while standing on a Michelin tire. I have a full face mask, but its in the basement. I did have my sunglasses on though, even though it was cloudy. Th UV rays are still there in cloudy weather. marbles as a kid; had strombolies, cat's eyes and others. was very popular in the 50's
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    Quote Originally Posted by BobL43 View Post
    Sure, and I just had them calibrated while standing on a Michelin tire. I have a full face mask, but its in the basement. I did have my sunglasses on though, even though it was cloudy. Th UV rays are still there in cloudy weather. marbles as a kid; had strombolies, cat's eyes and others. was very popular in the 50's

    The Steele and the Bolder were the ones to win.

    They would crack the glass cat eye.

    Now the marbles are all outlawed in school.


    They take guns to play with now...
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