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    Every time I open the site or try to answer a post from someone, it puts me back to guest status and I have to log in. I have the box checked that says'always stay logged in' but I get bumped out every time I leave the site and then re-enter.
    Is this a normal thing in this site or have I overlooked a setting?
    W.Y.

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    Re: Log in Problem ?

    go into your 'tools' on tool bar and to security settings, lower your settings all the way, go to carvingworld, log in, then go back and reset you security settings to normal....you may have to do this a time or two but will eventually stay registered.

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      Re: Log in Problem ?

      Thanks Sliver for trying to help but I tried the security settings a dozen times with no luck for staying registered. Apparently this site does not put out cookies to be able to save the settings. Perhaps that is why the site is not very active.
      I am moderator of the JW scrollsaw forum at this address http://justwoodworking.com/phpBB2/vi...7e57c8b387f47e
      and I just wanted to come over here and do some exchanging of ideas but it dosnt look like I will be able to participate.
      If this site gets some of the bugs worked out, I will be back more often. In the meantime, I will check back occasionally and see if the registration problem has been corrected.
      Best Regards.
      W.Y.

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