Login Oddity at New Forum

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Mar 18, 2009

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Found an oddity with using two computers... home and work

Logged in last night at home... software welcomes me BOTH at the very top left, just my name, AND just below the white letters on a black rectangle... with my avatar and name

Came to the forum this morning at work... said "Welcome John T Smith" at the very top left

My avatar and name did NOT show below the black rectangle, and I was not able to post a message

I went to the login page... and now I show in both places and may post

I will bet I won't be fully logged in when I get home

There seems to be a process in the login/cookie that only allows ONE active login

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Login Oddity at New Forum

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Found an oddity with using two computers... home and work

Logged in last night at home... software welcomes me BOTH at the very top left, just my name, AND just below the white letters on a black rectangle... with my avatar and name

Came to the forum this morning at work... said "Welcome John T Smith" at the very top left

My avatar and name did NOT show below the black rectangle, and I was not able to post a message

I went to the login page... and now I show in both places and may post

I will bet I won't be fully logged in when I get home

There seems to be a process in the login/cookie that only allows ONE active login

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It's actually two nested logins. The top one shows you logged into the Adobe.com site and the lower one is the login to the forums themselves. Confusing for many/most.

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>It's actually two nested logins. The top one shows you logged into the Adobe.com site and the lower one is the login to the forums themselves. Confusing for many/most. <br /><br />i'd say that qualifies and an oddity. <sigh>

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Ok... top and forum login being either different or not synchronized is exactly my point

I'll check when I get home to see which of the two is still working on my home computer

IF it is as I described here, that means that every time I start my "other" computer I'm going to have to login to the forum... and doing that will break the login on the other computer

Oh well... one more thing about the new software

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I shut down my work computer, came back to my home one (not shut down) and was still logged in. OTOH I had to log back in here for the first time in ages yesterday.

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There seems to be a timeout of undetermined length.

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