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    jasveron is offline Junior Member
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    Default Is there any way I can stay logged-in longer?

    I think I was logged off automatically like every 10 minutes.

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    tzfujimino is offline Key Member
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    Default Re: Is there any way I can stay logged-in longer?

    Quote Originally Posted by jasveron View Post
    I think I was logged off automatically like every 10 minutes.
    Hello, jasveron.
    It's the same here.
    It is for security reasons, I suppose.

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    Tdol is offline Editor, UsingEnglish.com
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    Default Re: Is there any way I can stay logged-in longer?

    Under the box where you log in, there's a box that says Remember me. If you check it (), you will stay logged in until you choose to log out.

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