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Old 28 June 2007, 11:31   #1
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Double posts / timeout?

John,

I've now had this happen three times. Sometimes I log in, type a reply, and if for some reason I get distracted, come back say 10 mins later, finish what I was typing and press "submit reply" I get the "you need to log in" screen, which then results in a double post. (see "searider refit" in the "Ribs & ribbing" section - I have left it there on purpose in case you can find soemthing in the thread that might give a clue) . I try to go back in (still logged in), but no "edit" or "delete" buttons.

Is the apparent "timeout" a Ribnet thing, or something to do with my firewall?
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Old 28 June 2007, 11:54   #2
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Old 28 June 2007, 15:50   #3
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If 'time out' occurs during a long post and the log-in screen comes up, just log in again and all goes smoothly.

So far. In my experience

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Old 28 June 2007, 16:24   #4
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It never happens to me at home. (If you happen to know my boss I didn't just say that! )

<serious mode for a moment> Jackeens, That's exactly what happens, but when I get back to the post, there's two identical replies. It';s nbot long posts, more I get distracted and don't finish. Wondered if it was a "no typing detected" kind of thing.
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OK don't know then, sorry

You'll just have to master those concentration difficulties and finish posting before you search for the beer

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Is the apparent "timeout" a Ribnet thing, or something to do with my firewall?
I don't know whether it's your firewall causing the problem, but it's almost certainly something or other at your end!

Like the others have said, if you time out whilst writing a post you should get the log in screen and then continue as normal. Have you got "remember me" selected when you log in?

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John,

Yeah, I'm beginnin g to think it's firewall related, as I'm running wind- up at home without a f/wall, and as I say I've never had it happen there, even if I go and have some dinner mid post!

I wondered if anyone else had had similar experiences, and if so could compare firewall type & version to see if it was related. It could of course be Sod's first law in full effect!

Guess I'll need to type quicker in here then!
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