A Forum insists I am not logged in

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garygid
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A Forum insists I am not logged in

The B&C forum insists I am not logged in. All others I have tried work OK.

garygid
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Re: A Forum insists I am not logged in

The list at the bottom shows me logged in twice. (Edit: Now, just once.)

Control Systems, Motors and Drives, EV ..., Accessories forums all OK, only Batteries ... objects.

Cheers, Gary
XM-5000Li, wired for cell voltage measuring and logging.

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Re: A Forum insists I am not logged in

The thing at the bottom of the page is not exactly accurate. The definitive way to tell if you're logged in is the content in the menu bar -- if it says "Log out" that's a big clue that you're logged in. If it says "Sign in" that's a big clue you're logged out. Further if you're logged out you simply cannot create a new forum posting. The fact you created a forum posting shows you were logged in.

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garygid
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Re: A Forum insists I am not logged in

I was ignoring the list at the bottom.

The B&C forum said "Sign In" and would not let me post.
I managed to post via the "complaint" forum, starting a new thread there, and choosing "b&c" from a list (that I thought was an "about" choice, but it made a new thread in the B&C section.

Right now, it all seems to work OK.

Cheers, Gary
XM-5000Li, wired for cell voltage measuring and logging.

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Re: A Forum insists I am not logged in

Hm, weird. There's nothing different about any of the forums so I don't know why one would look like you're logged out and the other doesn't. Do you log out and log in on a regular basis? Like, does this happen immediately after login or does it persist for a long time? (I'm clutching at a straw here.. in that I don't know what might be going on but have an educated guess)

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