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"back in the day".....a member could set "something" so he didn't have to enter email & password when WOODNET came up in the browser.

checking "Remember Me" box didn't work then and doesn't work now to make that happen.

help?????
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  Re: logging in by varkpilot ("back in the day"......)
(07-30-2016, 01:34 PM)varkpilot Wrote: "back in the day".....a member could set "something" so he didn't have to enter email & password when WOODNET came up in the browser.

checking "Remember Me" box didn't work then and doesn't work now to make that happen.

help?????

Do you run C Cleaner or something similar everyday? If so, you need to whitelist woodnet cookies so they will be saved. Please be patient, as all our operators are busy  Rolleyes . I'm sure someone with more knowledge will be with you shortly. Smile
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#7
  Re: logging in by varkpilot ("back in the day"......)
There is still such a feature in the new software. Click the "remember me" box on the log-in screen. Additionally, most browsers allow you to auto-remember usernames and passwords for sites you visit regularly. Check your web browser options and see what you can find.
Steve S.
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  Re: RE: logging in by Bibliophile 13 (There is still such ...)
Works for me ,no problem.

Mel
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