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Thread: it would be wise to protect the forums >_>

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    Re: it would be wise to protect the forums >_>

    Good to know. I will give my computer a virtual prozac tonight and hopefully all of this foolishness will be in the past .

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    Re: it would be wise to protect the forums >_>

    The forum shouldn't care if your computer is crazy or not.. It shouldn't allow you to post no matter what...

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    Re: it would be wise to protect the forums >_>

    Vortex2 can you do this on any other computers or just that 1?

    No one has been able to reproduce the problem so I don't know how your doing it. The developer has not idea how you could do that or heard of anyone else doing that lol

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    Re: it would be wise to protect the forums >_>

    Stop blaming Firefox.
    Vortex's computer is mad. ^^

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    Re: it would be wise to protect the forums >_>

    I can't do that, it says that I don't have permission...

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    Re: it would be wise to protect the forums >_>

    Vortex - Try going to "My Cookies" in the bottom of the page after logging out. maybe some cookies are still there.

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    Re: it would be wise to protect the forums >_>

    I dunno. AFAIK I didn't do anything special, it just happened O-o. I guess if no one else can reproduce it then it isn't a problem and no one needs to worry about it.

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    Re: it would be wise to protect the forums >_>

    Its just weird and we want to know

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    Re: it would be wise to protect the forums >_>

    Anyway I fixed it by clearing out my cookies. Must have been a problem with them (Maybe because of some side effects of using the forums back when they were new? perhaps some of the cookies weren't set to expire like they should or something...)

    It doesn't seem to happen anymore but if it happens again then we know there is a problem.

    Thanks .

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    Re: it would be wise to protect the forums >_>

    I'm late, but this is not an uncommon thing and it is not restricted to FireFox. If your client browser acts odd like this (eg: you change things that should change cookies) it is possible that your cookies are corrupt, usually preventing them being updated. A clearing out of cookies and offline content usually solves the problem in both FF and IE.
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