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Suggestion: login timeout

Rufus Laggren


Joined: Feb 23, 2012
Posts: 335
Location: Chicago/San Francisco
    
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I wonder it would be possible to extend the automatic logout period. It often takes me several minutes to read a good message and then rather longer to try a good reply and longer still to (hopefully) prune said reply down to some reasonable length. By that time I need to log in again to post.

I've looked in "My Profile" and didn't see any likely option which I control, so it appears to be something the administrator or installer sets.

Or maybe I'm just a whole lot slower or maybe I've missed some setting I should adjust.


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paul wheaton
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Joined: Apr 01, 2005
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Location: missoula, montana (zone 4)
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I couldn't find anything in the stuff for forum configuration.

I'll check to see if there might be something on the server ....


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paul wheaton
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Try it now. Better?
Rufus Laggren


Joined: Feb 23, 2012
Posts: 335
Location: Chicago/San Francisco
    
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Hi Paul

Thanks for checking this. I've been away busy; I'll try to hang around more and confirm any changes.



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Rufus Laggren


Joined: Feb 23, 2012
Posts: 335
Location: Chicago/San Francisco
    
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Bingo, Paul.

I can now read and post at my usual snail pace w/in the same login session.

Thanks
 
 
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