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Is it only me who gets the the above errors since last week on opening the browser with a bookmark to the active topics?
I then have to change to the option "New since 1 day"
 

  • To me it's working just fine.
    Are you using an RSS Reader integrated with your browser?

  • Joerg:

    Is it only me who gets the the above errors since last week on opening the browser with a bookmark to the active topics?
    I then have to change to the option "New since 1 day"
     

     

    Which browser are you using? I have had the message a few times, and it seems to be related to a problem with cookies. Basically Community Server from what I understand, but Erik may correct me), sort of "knows" that even though you just logged off, and are logging back in, its really the same session. Most forums work that once you close the last window, the cookie saves that time as your "last logged in time". Now since you logged in tot he "new since log in page", there are now no new posts. But I have had a few times in FireFox, where it seems to get mixed up with cookies, say for instance I click the Book mark twice, the first click resets the counters, and the second shows no new posts.

    I find that it works best if I use http://dynamicsuser.net as my book mark, and then just click the Active Posts button once the page comes up. Also this means I get to see any front page messages, or new blogs.
     

  • Joerg:

    Is it only me who gets the the above errors since last week on opening the browser with a bookmark to the active topics?
    I then have to change to the option "New since 1 day"
     

     

    I actually have the same issue most of the times I'm using IE7 - so in general I'm just using Firefox, which is also more stable in general usage.     

  • In reply to Erik P. Ernst:

    IE 7 could be the solution. I am using two different machines. One with FireFox, one with IE 7 (client's machine). It seems to look okay here at home with ForeFox, away from not the community server knowing my last login, but only the cookie on the machine. So active posts here are not the last I've looked at but the last I've looked at on this machine.
  • In reply to Joerg:

    Joerg:
    IE 7 could be the solution.

    Solution or problem? Smile 

  • In reply to Nuno Maia:

    Well isn't it always like that? If you've found the problem, then you've found the solution... Get rid of the problem.
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