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Post by SuzanneJack » 13 May 2019 04:22

Why don't these people register????????????? 60 guests??????????

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Post by Jorge22 » 13 May 2019 09:37

They must be very shy. ;)

On the flip side, better to have a few friends than a messed up mob.

Still, I don't know.
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Post by TombTitan » 13 May 2019 13:44

I have been one of these guests for the last hour, as is everyone else who does NOT login (including most members). I only login to post messages and then I exit. So do most people.

In addition, the guests include all others on the planet who are browsing this website, and are not members of trle.net because they either did not apply or were turned down (or ignored in their requests to be members).

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Post by Phil » 13 May 2019 19:06

TombTitan wrote:
13 May 2019 13:44
I only login to post messages and then I exit. So do most people.
Not me. I've got it set up so that the site "knows" me, recognizes me and logs me in each time I visit.

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Post by Mehrbod » 13 May 2019 19:44

I'd hazard a guess that the registration system should have been more public, I mean, maybe creating an automatic login system wouldn't be a bad idea ( like a registration screen, etc. ), if so, it will be easier for the person to join the community.. :D
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Post by vimmers » 13 May 2019 20:12

Mehrbod wrote:
13 May 2019 19:44
it will be easier for the person to join the community.. :D
and easier for spambots to join
i guess that's why Michael have it turned off

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Post by Mehrbod » 13 May 2019 20:16

Aaahh, maybe... :hammer:
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Post by Jorge22 » 13 May 2019 21:28

Phil wrote:
13 May 2019 19:06
TombTitan wrote:
13 May 2019 13:44
I only login to post messages and then I exit. So do most people.
Not me. I've got it set up so that the site "knows" me, recognizes me and logs me in each time I visit.
Precisely, Phil. That's what I do too.
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Post by JesseG » 14 May 2019 05:04

One thing I've noticed is that when I log in from one device, I tend to be logged out of other devices (regardless of the "remember me" setting). So I just stay logged in on one, and if I'm reading on other devices I tend not to bother logging in.

There's also the fact that these forums are not secured under an SSL, which can, understandably, deter people from using credentials.

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Post by SuzanneJack » 27 May 2019 20:18

Phil wrote:
13 May 2019 19:06
TombTitan wrote:
13 May 2019 13:44
I only login to post messages and then I exit. So do most people.
Not me. I've got it set up so that the site "knows" me, recognizes me and logs me in each time I visit.
Me too.... :2thumbsup:

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