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  1. #1
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    session timeout extremely short?

    Hi,

    it regularily encounter that I can not post my currently types thread because it seems I've been logged out from the system and need to relogin.
    This happens most of the time within 5 minutes or less.
    Very annoying as I now started to type my posts in an external editor and copy/paste the stuff into the message box.

    I there something I can change to extend the session timeout?

    Thanks
    syracus

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    Re: session timeout extremely short?

    which browser are you using and what extensions and add-ons have you got installed? one of them will most likely be causing this odd behaviour.

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    Re: session timeout extremely short?

    When you sign-in there is a "remember me" checkbox that will keep you from login out until you manually log-out.

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