Firefox and CofC

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Dargrin
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Firefox and CofC

Postby Dargrin » 17 Mar 2009, o 19:58

I keep getting this. I primarly use Firefox but on some computers when trying to login I get the message "Cookies must be enabled pass this point". I know what cookies are and I made no attempt to block them. And it seems to be only this site.

Has anyone else had this issue?
Thoughts in correcting it?

Thanks in advance.

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RE: Firefox and CofC

Postby Demi_morgana » 17 Mar 2009, o 20:04

I use firefox and naver had any problems with the cofc site... :think:
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RE: Firefox and CofC

Postby Dargrin » 17 Mar 2009, o 20:06

The funny thing is some of my machines are ok and others are not.

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RE: Firefox and CofC

Postby mahon » 18 Mar 2009, o 00:15

yep, heard of the issue, don't know the reason and i know the form below the forum works best for logging-in
sometimes you need to repeat the login procedure to get logged in for some strange reason.

but for now I've got other things I want to do for this site than fixing this issue, so i don't think i'll have much time to take care of it...
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RE: Firefox and CofC

Postby Cyberpaddy66 » 18 Mar 2009, o 03:44

I use Firefox as well, never had that problem, try deleting all your cookies and not blocking popups so that you can add this site to your safe ones again.
Getting back into the thick (or rather thin as in thinning my paints) of it, not picked up a brush in some time so this may hurt a bit until I get used to the feel of them again :doh:


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