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That may be worth a go :)

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Sorry Paul..I know you are are probably banging your head against a brick wall by now...But could you try one last time to let me know how to sort this problem out in leymans terms..and I mean leymans :):) I even tried going back to the other side tonight, what a mess : :(

KT

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If I'm honest I'm not sure what the problem is so can't actually tell you how to solve it at the moment. As Thundery says, the chances of it being anything on the forum is very low - with only 2 of you having the issue and the fact that the forum creators have given us a clean bill of health..

If you click the link at the bottom of the forum which says 'delete all cookies set by this board' it may help (you will get logged out when you do that).

Another thing to try is to clear all the cookies from your browser - you do this (assuming you have internet explorer) by going to the tools menu, then selecting internet options and then clicking the delete cookies button :)

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It's definately Spy Sweeper causing it. I've just installed Spy Sweeper and it's deleting the net-weather.co.uk cookie, I'll let you know if I find a way around it. :)

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Well at least we know whats causing it then. KT do you have Spy Sweeper installed?

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Disable the IE shield, that will fix it.

But it will leave IE vulnerable to..

Well, you know.

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Try this for me please:

Open Spy Sweeper

Click on "Options" on the left

Click on "Sweep Options" at the top

Now Untick "Sweep Cookies"

Now go into Internet Explorer

Tools >> Internet Options

Delete Cookies

Delete Files

Clear History

Now log-in again, close Internet Explorer, re-open Internet Explorer and go to net-weather again. Does it stay logged in?

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Lol well done Nab, cheers for that :)

Just need to help KTtom on this now!!

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Hold the applause Tim. Went off for more than a minute and it logged me off. I give up. :)

Edited by Thundery

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Ok, back to the drawing board. :(

I'll be back to you. :)

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My problem is probably that, although I like to think I have a fair knowledge of weather..my knowledge of I.T. is the same as Michael Beetie's knowledge of grammer :(:)

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Lol, did you try this:

If you click the link at the bottom of the forum which says 'delete all cookies set by this board' it may help (you will get logged out when you do that).

Another thing to try is to clear all the cookies from your browser - you do this (assuming you have internet explorer) by going to the tools menu, then selecting internet options and then clicking the delete cookies button

It may do the trick :)

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Paul,

Do you need your car cleaned?? your house cleaned?? Its sorted.. :):) I have been going backwards following all the advice given and then finally when I got to page 1 I realised that whenever I logged on to the E-Mails I have recieved from the forum it recognises me :) Whats different?? My internet savings are www. net-weather.com whereas me E-mail savings are www.co.uk :(:) Having now tried this it recognises me every time :):(:) ..Please dont ban me :)

Thanks ..KT

Thundery...Have you checked??

Edited by KTtom

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Lol KT, least that's sorted :)

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Ok, this might take a while:

Open Spy Sweeper

Go to Options on the left

Sweep Options at the top

Make sure "Sweep Cookies" is ticked

Now go to Shields on the left

Internet Explorer at the top

Untick "IE Tracking Cookie Shield"

Now go to Sweep Now

Press Start

Wait for it to finish and you'll be presented with the Remove page

On this page make sure you untick "Co Cookie" (Make sure you do this)

Now click Next

Now click Options on the left

Click on "Always Keep" at the top

Tick "Co Cookie"

You can now re-enable the IE Cookie Shield

Now see whether it keeps you logged in. :)

Edited by Nabraxas

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I did the sweep but it didn't find the Co Cookie so its still logs me out.

Back to the drawing board again.....

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If you click on the tick next to all of the Cookies it found one of them will say [email protected][1] and that's the one you want to untick.

Edited by Nabraxas

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Thats the problem it didn't find anything when it did the sweep.

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Did you tick Sweep Cookies and untick IE Tracking Cookie Shield, also make sure you are logged in to Net-weather before you do the sweep and don't close the Internet Explorer window which is logged into Net-weather. :p

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Right I did what you said and I've closed and reopened IE twice and it appears to be keeping me logged on now. :p

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You can do that with images as well, like the one in my signature.

Just place an IMG tag where the text is placed in the above.

Like this:

[url=http://www.net-weather.co.uk/forum/index.php?showtopic=16103&st=68][img]<URL>[/img][/url]

Produces:

Posted Image

With the rest of your avatars image url in it.

I quite like this one.

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