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  #1562552 30-May-2016 19:00
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I'm on linux running Chrome 51.0.2704.64 (64bit)
Just tested on Chromium same version number and it exhibits exactly the same behaviour as Chrome on Geekzone.

 

Rolling Chromium back to 50.0.2661.102 (64bit) and logins are remembered across browser restarts on Geekzone.

 

So, something with Chromium 51 is causing issues for some users of Geekzone.


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  #1562554 30-May-2016 19:05
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For the purpose of troubleshooting: Current machine is running version 51.0.2704.63 m (64-bit) on Windows 8.1 Pro. Chrome says it is running the latest version.





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  #1562557 30-May-2016 19:12
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Just tried updating chrome on my machine I dont normally use it on, logging in and it logged in OK once I did the annoying picture thing for the captca, Had ticked stay logged in.

 

Closed it and opened, navigate to GZ, not logged in.

 

Did it a couple of times to be sure. Definatly a problem.





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  #1562623 30-May-2016 20:21
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51.0.2704.63 m (64-bit) here


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  #1562633 30-May-2016 20:31
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Hey folks, could you close the browsers and try again please?

 

 





 

 

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  #1562638 30-May-2016 20:33
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Ok so this is super weird. If I start a new browser window and go to the home page I get the whole guest thing. If I click into a post I'm magically logged in.

 

 

 

If I go back I go back to guest but if I click on the geekzone logo I can am on the homepage logged in. I've replicated this across both machines.


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  #1562639 30-May-2016 20:34
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Looking fine now.





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  #1562647 30-May-2016 20:40
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Please try the scenarios you had before and let me know.





 

 

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  #1562648 30-May-2016 20:43
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LOogged out, logged back in, seems all good now :)


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  #1562649 30-May-2016 20:45
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I guess Google Chrome 51 broke Samesite cookie attribute...





 

 

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  #1562651 30-May-2016 20:49
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Working for me!





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  #1562661 30-May-2016 21:11
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freitasm:

 

Hey folks, could you close the browsers and try again please?

 

 

 

 

 

 

seems OK here now


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