I've flushed the browser cache numerous times without the problem going away.I didn't have this problem in Vivaldi.
Sometimes such a problem disappears when one flushes the browser cache.
I don't run any other software for cleaning my PC. I should point out that this is a problem on my dev machine at work (Windows 7), several Linux Mint machines, as well as a couple of Xubuntu machines.I think it’s possible that some browsers will “clean themselves” if they haven’t been cleaned for a long time. But did you run any other softwares for cleaning your pc? These can do it too. Also are you having to re-enter credentials on other sites too?
Yes, once at one other site: but hasn't happened again at that site.Also are you having to re-enter credentials on other sites too?
Thanks Klaas.How do you get to MHB when the problem happens?
Do you click a bookmark and open a new page?
Do you click on a button of a page that is already open?
Do you refresh a page that is already open?
Is an existing page suddenly not logged in any more?
> I enter using: http://mathhelpboards.com/
When you have to log in, do you have to type your user name and password?
Or have those been remembered, and do you only have to click a button to log in?
> I only need to enter "wilmer"; the click on "go"
You said that clicking a hyperlink from email doesn't require you to log in.
Afterwards, does the method you usually use to get to MHB work without logging in?
> Well, clicking on this hyperlink takes me directly to the post in question:
like this post YOU made; so (I guess) by-passes the log-in procedure...
Does the page that is causing problems have an 'http:' prefix or an 'https:' prefix?
> Huh? What do you mean with "the page that is causing problems"?
No worries.Thanks Klaas.
Btw, it's not a major problem: only takes a second or so to log-in.
I simply brought it to your attention "just in case"...
Changed it to https and SUCCESS!!