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Old 03-12-2012, 12:47 PM   #11
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I couldn't tell, although it looks similar. I just tried logging in, and got the same message, but it shows that I am logged in anyway. This is weird.
I think I've fixed it. Can you try again and see if you still get the invalid redirect message?

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susie: I couldn't tell, although it looks similar. I just tried logging in, and got the same message, but it shows that I am logged in anyway. This is weird.
It is weird. Today I deleted the forum cookie and entered the forum url and got a similar "invalid redirect" message--the url specified didn't have the "?do=dst".

I then tried deleting my saved password (along with no cookie set) and after entering my userid/password (didn't save password and didn't checkmark "remember me") and got the same "invalid redirect" error mesage. I tried turning off 2 add-ons I have and that didn't help either. I opened FF2 and had no problems and tried FF6 and had no problems so it looked to be confined to FF3 (3.6.27).

Then after closing FF3 and reopening, tried it again checkmarking "remember me" getting the same error, closed FF3, reopened entering the forum url and it was fine...

Very strange...'-}}

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Old 03-12-2012, 12:51 PM   #13
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ann: I think I've fixed it. Can you try again and see if you still get the invalid redirect message?
I'm not having problems now so I don't know if it's your fix or if whatever I did on my own system fixed it or a combo of both...'-}}

I'll let you know if it happens again...

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Old 03-12-2012, 12:53 PM   #14
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Then after closing FF3 and reopening, tried it again checkmarking "remember me" getting the same error, closed FF3, reopened entering the forum url and it was fine...
Probably because I fixed it during the process.

   
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ann: Probably because I fixed it during the process.
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What did you do?

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Old 03-12-2012, 01:21 PM   #16
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What did you do?
I added the URL without www to a whitelist in the admin cp. It used to accept both, but stopped doing so after the last upgrade. Sigh.

   
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