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dusty
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Possible Problems

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Is anyone else having problems when navigating this site. Frequently when I click on one of the forums (Community, etc) I get kicked back to the log in page.
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My Russian isnt great but he seems to be saying he doesn't have any navigation difficulties.
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For any Navigation issues, I would defer to the excellent boat-building folk on this site :)
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The site has been working great for me here. Maybe other users can chime in with their experiences recently.
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No navigation issues, but a few days ago my board preferences changed. I had to go into Control Panel and re-set back to "Shopsmith." Never had to do that before...no guess as to why it changed.
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No problem here. I'm using the "Shopsmith" board style and Firefox/Win 10.
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Thanks for the feedback. I am still having issues of some sort. I can tinker around and eventually get in (as like right now) but after I post this I will almost certainly get sent back to the log in screen where I may or may not be able to get back in.
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dusty wrote:Thanks for the feedback. I am still having issues of some sort. I can tinker around and eventually get in (as like right now) but after I post this I will almost certainly get sent back to the log in screen where I may or may not be able to get back in.
Try "Delete all board cookies", it is possible they got corrupted. :)
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Deleting the cookies did not correct the problem (whatever it is). I am having a tough time deciding exactly what the problem is because the symptoms seem to change each time. All that is consistent is that I get put back on the login screen.
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Dusty
Did you try a system restore? I have had a couple of similar problems that I cured with system restore.
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