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    Re: Site modernisation - expect some disruption

    Just a stab in the dark but I have changed the way the cookies are configured - probably means you need to log out and back in.

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    Re: Site modernisation - expect some disruption

    The front page looks a mess now though Ian!
    Capture.jpg

    EDIT: I've updated my desktop shortcut to the Home page now.
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    Re: Site modernisation - expect some disruption

    Quote Originally Posted by Ross View Post
    At least Chrome remembers me (or allows the FTU cookies to).

    Opera remembers me too usually, has an ad-blocker thats 100% effective, lets me use smilies, and has a free VPN that makes the spammers think i'm in Singapore. Logging back in here isn't really a problem as long as they don't lock the door when they see it's me

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    Re: Site modernisation - expect some disruption

    Yes - I know about that...

    Ian

    PS - Found the problem and fixed

    Quote Originally Posted by Ross View Post
    The front page looks a mess now though Ian!
    Capture.jpg

    EDIT: I've updated my desktop shortcut to the Home page now.
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    Re: Site modernisation - expect some disruption

    Quote Originally Posted by Ian View Post
    Yes - I know about that...

    Ian

    PS - Found the problem and fixed
    That looks better!
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    Re: Site modernisation - expect some disruption

    I'm getting signed out using Chrome on the Android phone now.
    It's the image that's important, not the tools used to make it.

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    Re: Site modernisation - expect some disruption

    OK, he says scratching his head. I have focused on desktop browser and had IE, FF, Opera, Chrome and Edge all running yesterday and had no issues. I will try again with Safari on the iPad and the various browsers on my Samsung Galaxy Note 4 tomorrow.

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    Re: Site modernisation - expect some disruption

    My desktop hasn't been online for a couple of years. And reading the stats for my blog as huge percentage of viewers are using phones and tablets. It makes for interesting viewing seeing just how few visitors are using desktops and laptops these days.

    Edit. Chrome is used by 70% of visitors, Safari and Internet Explorer have 1% each. And the stats are very similar broken down by OS.
    Last edited by David M; 2nd August 2017 at 09:26 PM.
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    Re: Site modernisation - expect some disruption

    Quote Originally Posted by David M View Post
    My desktop hasn't been online for a couple of years. And reading the stats for my blog as huge percentage of viewers are using phones and tablets. It makes for interesting viewing seeing just how few visitors are using desktops and laptops these days.

    Edit. Chrome is used by 70% of visitors, Safari and Internet Explorer have 1% each. And the stats are very similar broken down by OS.
    I use my phone for browsing and the laptop for photo editing on a mac/safari. One of my reasons for joining this site, is that it carries useful information about past Panasonic and Leica products. It also has the feel of retro and pioneer about it. I would like it to succeed. I don't say much as I am a new kid on the block. On another site, I am up to 13,604 posts, so the potential is there, but for now I am an observer and a learner, thank you.

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    Re: Site modernisation - expect some disruption

    Quote Originally Posted by Gate Keeper View Post
    I use my phone for browsing and the laptop for photo editing on a mac/safari. One of my reasons for joining this site, is that it carries useful information about past Panasonic and Leica products. It also has the feel of retro and pioneer about it. I would like it to succeed. I don't say much as I am a new kid on the block. On another site, I am up to 13,604 posts, so the potential is there, but for now I am an observer and a learner, thank you.
    Keep posting Phil, looks like the site needs all the input it can get.

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    John

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