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  Reply # 324737 29-Apr-2010 14:43
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Yes... That problem occurred if you were previously logged in, not using the option to remain logged in, and we read the last visit date from the database. It should be fixed now.





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  Reply # 324739 29-Apr-2010 14:44
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Great success!

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 324763 29-Apr-2010 15:04

I tried to login via my e63 today with no success, the login button does not work, then the links on the age just freeze. Maybe it's loading but the phone didn't show a loading sign. I waited 2 minutes and gave up.



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  Reply # 324766 29-Apr-2010 15:05
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  Reply # 324770 29-Apr-2010 15:10

I see, ill have a play later today. Maybe a warning for handsets could be great =] although from my experience mobiles aren't great over SSL.



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  Reply # 324772 29-Apr-2010 15:11
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SSL is only used for login - the site itself will never show a SSL-encrypted page. Also, it could be your mobile provider. Mobile networks are not well known for reliability...




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  Reply # 328663 10-May-2010 19:13
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freitasm:
allstarnz: so does this mean better tracking of 'new posts'?

I found when going between home and work it'd often have new posts being only very new posts. To the point where i'd just look at todays posts instead.


No, it doesn't change how we track "new posts". If we did change on a per-browser basis then you would read some posts here on Saturday and Sunday, just to see all those set as "new posts" when opening your browser in the office on Monday morning.

The "new posts" flag remains an account state.


What has changed is what I posted above.


Hi,

Not sure if this is related to the above comments but  after reading GZ posts over the weekend   I found when I got to work  there were 3 pages of new posts mostly stuff I had read over the weekend.  Same when I got home tonite, all todays posts were shown as new ..

Is this going to be normal??

 




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  Reply # 329120 11-May-2010 20:31
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Thanx. You must have fixed it as it's back to normal now




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