|1st Jun 2010, 07:31 PM||#1|
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Join Date: Sep 2008
Okay, this is something that bothers me, but I don't know if you can actually do anything about it or want to. I am just gonna put it out there and let you sort it out yourselves.
On the login page it has the "remember me" box checked automatically. Is there any way you can make it so it's not checked and that one must check it if they desire to be remembered?
It's really irritating to have to un-check it every time, especially when the people who'll use it only need to check it once to get their user name remembered.
Also, to have it checked initially isn't always smart, because if some users aren't out and their parents find this site and it remembers their user name (cause they forget to un-check the box one time), then their parents could search the forum for their child's posts which could lead to a whole terrible situation. (yes, this is probably unlikely but i am just gonna throw it in)
So can you help me out here?
|2nd Jun 2010, 01:20 AM||#2|
Orientation: ~I like guys~
Out Status: Everyone, pretty much.
Location: Wonderland (and California, USA)
Join Date: Oct 2009
Re: Random thing.
While I don't have this problem(I never log off. lol) it sounds like its reasonable.
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|2nd Jun 2010, 07:29 PM||#3|
Out Status: A few friends + parents
Join Date: Jan 2007
Re: Random thing.
I'll just throw in my 2 cents. It annoys me forums where "remember me" isn't the default, I forget to check it, log in, start writing a post, and the session times out before I submit it.
I understand where you're coming from with the "not out to the parents" concerns, however this box won't clear browser history. Users with concerns of shared computers should clear the history, or use their browser's "Private" (Porn) mode, which will clear the history of that session when closed.
Can default session timeouts be controlled in a per-user preference? So I can set it to indefinitely, users of shared computers can set it to something shorter?
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