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  • Kaustubh

    Kaustubh

    MemberJun 12, 2006

    Session Timout Updated

    Hi CEans!

    The session timout for our forums is now set to 20 minutes. So, I hope that you won't get 'login screen' when you compose your big post and click 'Submit'.

    Do let me know if session timeout of 20 minutes is okay.

    -The Big K-
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  • crook

    MemberJun 12, 2006

    ok

    Althought I never ran out of time while posting on forum, I think 20 minutes is sufficient for session timeout. :sleepy:
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  • Neha

    MemberJun 12, 2006

    I didn't know we have time limit to compose...i neva ran out of time...so according to me its sufficient!!
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  • Kaustubh Katdare

    AdministratorSep 26, 2006

    Updated!

    Hello CEans!

    Lately, it wasn't much fun to see "You have logged out" of forums page after composing a big reply to a post & hitting "Submit Reply" button. Therefore, the session timeout is now updated to 30 minutes.

    What does this mean?
    This means that if you remain idle ( 😒 ) for 30 minutes on forums ( that is, without clicking any link on forums ) you will be logged out automatically. Please note that, the message composing time is considered as idle time.

    Therefore, if you want to post a big, long message, make sure that you do it well within 30 minutes. Otherwise, fire your text processing software, compose a message and paste it in the compose window.

    Post your questions, concerns in this thread.

    -The Big K-
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  • Mayur Pathak

    MemberSep 26, 2006

    thnx

    Thanks buddy,

    Just 1 suggestion, please make sure you include this point in the common sense.

    and correct the spelling in the title thread. Its wrong 😉
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  • Kaustubh Katdare

    AdministratorSep 27, 2006

    mayurpathak
    Thanks buddy,

    Just 1 suggestion, please make sure you include this point in the common sense.

    and correct the spelling in the title thread. Its wrong 😉
    Thanks for the suggestion. What should we write in the Common Sense Guide?
    Title typo : Corrected! Thanks :hehehe:

    -The Big K-
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  • Kaustubh Katdare

    AdministratorSep 27, 2006

    Hello All!

    Few CEans complained that they got logged out while posting a long message on forums.

    The problem is fixed and the session timout is now 30 minutes. Please clear the cookies in your web browser & log in again to make it effective.

    -The Big K-
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  • Kaustubh Katdare

    AdministratorNov 3, 2006

    It seems that few of our fellow CEans are still facing the timeout problem. That is because the forums had a minor upgrade few days back. Therefore, please manually clear all the browser cookies & history files and login to CE.

    I'm still working on the problem.

    -The Big K-
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  • aashima

    MemberNov 3, 2006

    Thats a good one Biggie. It was quite problematic while posting long posts. 20 minuntes are enough though.
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  • ISHAN TOPRE

    MemberApr 3, 2012

    The_Big_K
    "You have logged out"
    1. I logged in,
    2. I clicked on small talk
    3. Clicked on Forum
    4. I was logged out!

    I am using latest Chrome version and Windows 8 consumer evaluation copy.
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  • Kaustubh Katdare

    AdministratorApr 3, 2012

    #-Link-Snipped-#: Avoid commenting on threads started in 2006. Post your site related questions in a section dedicated to it: #-Link-Snipped-#
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