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Old 08-22-2007, 01:10 PM   #36
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Just to add my experience...

Using Netscape 7.2 with forum set to linear (oldest first):

When I right click/open new window on Carl's "why all the grey text?" link, it opens "normally" with me logged in...

If I right click/open new window on Marjolein's link "the future of cheques", I am not logged in...

I used to have the "not logged in" problem fairly regularly but haven't seen that in quite a long time until I clicked on Marjolein's link.
Bingo - so we do have a pattern here after all...

Now we "just" need to figure out what that pattern is... (But my brain is fried from trying to figure out other elusive patterns and being extremely angered by a website on top of that - I need some recovery time... Off to bed early, I think.)

   
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