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Cougar281

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Every time I go to post a reply here after not being on the page for a bit (Browser window left open), I get the following:

Your submission could not be processed because you have logged in since the previous page was loaded.

Please reload the window.

This happens even if I reload the page before even pressing the 'reply' button. The only way it ever lets me post is if I completely leave the thread and re-open it. I've seen this on other forums, but a refresh of the page usually fixes it. Here, for some reason, refreshing the page doesn't do anything.

Any thoughts?
 
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Scratching head.

What device?
What browser?
Are you using the "Remember Me?" checkbox when you log in?

-Uwe-
 
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^^^^ This might happen because of the "lock-out" period that applies if you don't respond to a page within a certain time after logging-in! I'm not sure what this period is on this forum, but most forums have an imposed limit (some have a check-box that allow continuous log-on)

Don
 
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Cougar281

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I have the 'Remember me' box checked - I have not had to re-log in. This is on a windows 10 machine and Firefox browser. Basically, just refreshing the page doesn't refresh the token like it should (according to the message). So I then click to my control panel by clicking my username in the upper right corner, then under 'My Activity', I click on the thread in question to bring it back up, and I can then post the reply.
 
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