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JD Seller

03-27-2013 09:27:16

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What is really weird is that when I go into a Discussion like "Tractor Talk" it may have like one or two post marked as read. Even thought I have read them all. Then if I go to another Discussion and come back to Tractor talk all the posts that I have read maybe marked read that time.

It makes keeping up confusing right now. I depend on the post marking to keep tract of what I have already read. I maybe not on the site for a day or two and remembering where I was at would be impossible.

I get very frustrated with computers when they quit doing the very simple things. I do not need my computer to do back flips so to speak. Just keep it nice and simple. The KISS axiom works well.

I paid extra for a new computer to still have XP as the operating system. The newer ones are JUNK!!!! Vista and 8 both will lock up on 2/3s of my programs.

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03-27-2013 09:45:51

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 Re: Log in and cookies in reply to JD Seller, 03-27-2013 09:27:16  
I'm wondering if the problem you are having is that while you may have had listed as a cookie to allow, isn't. Or maybe it's the entire host name on your browser. If so, then it changing with or on Classic changing with
Another one to look at might be your bookmark. Make sure it's not still using the ytmag address as the entry point. That causes our server to do what is called a rewrite, and that is an imperfect way of switching the domain you are browsing to.
Like I said, I'll research it later today.

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JD Seller

03-27-2013 09:56:11

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 Re: Log in and cookies in reply to YTSupport, 03-27-2013 09:45:51  
Chris You do what you have to do. I am in no HURRY at all. You have more important stuff to do than hand hold some old man that is just about computer illiterate. LOL

Here is how the address my home page and favorites uses.

If that is the issue just let me know at your connivance.

You and Kim keep the business churning out work and don't worry about me.

Unlike you guys I am semi retired and just happened to have some time this morning. My kids/wife say I am something that rhymes with retired. LMAO

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03-27-2013 10:04:26

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 Re: Log in and cookies in reply to JD Seller, 03-27-2013 09:56:11  
I'm semi-retired too, that's why I can work on YT. Problem is I have to put YT aside for taking care of my dad these last couple of years. I'm not complaining, far as I'm concerned a man who fought in WWII deserves a lot of "taking care of", no questions asked. ;) It just keeps tossing monkey wrenches into work. I'll work on this after I get him to his doctor appointment. I'll be back after noon.

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