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    Unhappy Time allocation for response

    Hi,
    This might be really stupid question 'cause I need to change the settings on my computer, but why do I only have about 10 minutes to respond to some questions/topics?
    By the time I've read it through and scrolled up and down a few times, not mention actually thinking about it (a bit slow on that part), I usually find that I've been logged out.
    Are you able to rectify this, or is it something to do with my computer settings?

    Jolly festive season to one and all,
    Dippit

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    Re: Time allocation for response

    When you log in, there's a little box 'Remember Me'. If you check the box, it'll place a session cookie on your computer and the account will stay open until you log out, at which point the cookie will be deleted off the machine.

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    Re: Time allocation for response

    Update- the box should now be checked when you open the Forum automatically, so it should be the default option.

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