Test post. Using Chrome on Win10. Usually have to log out and clear cache, log in. Then it will work for one post.

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    • #6155
      ZimInSeattle
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      Seems the same with Firefox. But inconsistent results all around. Sometimes can only post title and link. Have yet to be able to reply to any post.

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    • #6160
      Ohio Barbarian
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      Google Chrome. I usually don’t have that problem with Opera as a browser, but only if I remember to expand the reply box before I reply. To do that, click on the square box next to the smiley if you don’t see two rows of icons in it.

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    • #6166
      bazukhov
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      When it happens I log out, log back in, and remember put in a subject AND something in the message box.

      My though is that it has something to do with the login process.    The automatic login always rejects my password so I have to type in the new JPR 3.0 password.

      Works for me.

      Tell me, great captain, how do the angels sleep when the devil leaves his porch light on? Tom Waites

      • #6254
        sonofspy777
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        So goto tools->options->Privacy & Security->saved passwords

        search for Jackpine click show all the passwords and select (click-on) and Remove (button) the

        old JPR2.0 password….

        “Never argue with a fool, onlookers may not be able to tell the difference.”
        ~Samuel Clemens

    • #6358
      bazukhov
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      And, thanks for spelling out how to do it.

      Tell me, great captain, how do the angels sleep when the devil leaves his porch light on? Tom Waites

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