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Everything posted by cajunman4life

  1. I would recommend upgrading to the newest version, and see if this fixes your problem. If not, feel free to contact me. I actively serve on the tech evangelism team for Mozilla, as well as the QA and bug triage.
  2. The only "virus" that I decided to keep was one that would flip my screen upside-down. I found it so amusing that I actually kept it, and when I feel like I've lost it all, I run it and have a laugh.
  3. So let me get this straight (sorry it's early for me)... since TCH is hosting my site for me, I can get the password for the "family forum"?
  4. 2 Desktops, one with WinXP SP2, the other with FreeBSD 4.2 (no gui), which used to be my server (obviously I'm with TCH now), and my laptop has XP SP2.
  5. Ok, thanks for the info. I'll just let it run the way it's supposed to. If I check first thing in the morning I'll see the previous day's info. So it all works out. Thanks again!
  6. *chuckles at grasshopper comment* Absolutely (no one laugh!). I somehow missed setting the domain for my cookie, and apparently that prevented the cookie from being stored/read properly (?). So all I did is set the domain name to my domain name, and simply named the cookie "forums". So the cookie should be "forums@aaronandsarah.net". Sorry, I really don't know much about cookies, so anyone else "in the know" could elaborate a bit, or perhaps correct me on this. Speaking of forums, if anyone has some spare time, stop by and make suggestions for my site in our forums. If you post as "guest", please sign with a recognizeable username. Thanks again!
  7. Is it just me, or do the statistics provided by AWStats always seem a little out of date? Is there a way I can have this updated more frequently? Perhaps a cron job?
  8. Ha ha... don't I feel silly now... so I logged in as the administrator, and went to the admin settings, and realized in fact that I had it so it was setting the cookie improperly. Whoops Mad!!! but I'll monitor it and if anything else should arise, I'll be sure to let you know. Btw guys, you rock! Rock Sign
  9. Well, it would appear that I was just kidding yet again. I just witnessed this problem in IE also. So it's not just specific to Mozilla/Gecko browsers. I dunno if that makes it any easier...
  10. Ha! I was just kidding! I'm seeing this issue again. It only appears to affect Mozilla Firefox. I just tried it in IE with no noticeable problems. Hmm...
  11. Ok, funny thing... I upgraded to 2.0.10 through cpanel, and am currently not observing this behavior again... I'll monitor and have others do the same and inform you of any new developments. Thanks for your attention on the matter though!
  12. I'm not sure if this is the right place for this, but here goes. I installed phpBB to my website, and when people log in, it won't immediately recognize they are logged in. It won't even with a full reload (Ctrl+F5). The only way to recognize that a user has signed in is either for them to sign in again (which is silly), or for them to type in the address to the location bar again (in which case it will show the user as logged in). Does anyone know what the problem may be? Perhaps the cookie settings?
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