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    The "view posts since last visit" button isn't working, as it always returns "no posts" :?:

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    seems to be working here mate.
    i know there was a problem with the DNS for the domain, which seems to have caused havok with that function..

    Give it a day or so, when your DNS has updated it should work for you.

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    I had the same problem yesterday mate ... it's work itself out as soon as the domain records have updated fro you.

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    Make sure you are logged in that happened to me yesterday.
    Tradition means not picking up the ashes, but passing on the flame.

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    Still not working

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    Have you tried clearing the browser internet cache? Might help.

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    Still no joy
    Can anyone walk me through some possible solutions?

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    Couple of questions ...

    1 - What browser are you using?
    2 - Have you cleared your internet cache and tried logging out and back in again?

    Quote Originally Posted by Raz
    Still no joy
    Can anyone walk me through some possible solutions?

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    I've got the same problem. Also every time I return to the main index it appears that the system logs me on again. So it shows time of last visit about 1 minute before time of this visit.......

    I've tried clearing internet history and all of my cookies but no joy.
    Don't sweat the small stuff

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    What browser are you using?
    Quote Originally Posted by martin
    I've got the same problem. Also every time I return to the main index it appears that the system logs me on again. So it shows time of last visit about 1 minute before time of this visit.......

    I've tried clearing internet history and all of my cookies but no joy.

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    AOL version 7
    Don't sweat the small stuff

    Martin

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    Try following these instructions (remembering to log out and back in again) ...

    http://www.estrong.com/strongweb/str...p/aolcache.jsp

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    Thankyou for that.. didn't work though!

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    It's a long shot, but are you accessing the forum through a favorite link in your browser? If so, get to it through the BushcraftUK main page:

    http://www.bushcraftuk.co.uk

    Click on Community at the top.

    See if that helps.

    As a matter of curiosity, when you clear your cache, do you have to enter your username and password again? Also, what exactly are you seeing? Can you take some screenshots of the problem?

    Thanks!

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    Make sure you have the "Log me on automatically each visit:" box checked. Otherwise it keeps logging out.

    HTH! :-D

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    Ok, I cleared the cache (I do that daily with Norton) then deleted the cookie, re-booted, re-signed in, re-accepted the cookie, but the problem persists.

    The problem is; although when I return, there are obviously new posts, (yellow icons on relevant forums, with date & time stamp of last post).
    When I click “view new posts”, it returns "no new posts", when obviously there have been.

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    Are you on AOL too Raz? I'm wondering it it is a proxy issue with your ISP ... are you using Internet Explorer? If you are, you can try the following ...

    Click Tools then Internet Options ...
    Click the Connections tab
    If you are on dial up, click Settings
    Click the Advanced button
    You'll see a text box titled "Exceptions". Into that, type the following:
    [code:1:eda517b0e8]www.bushcraftuk.co.uk[/code:1:eda517b0e8]
    Click OK, OK and OK, close the browser and reopen.

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    I am on AOL too. It must be a problem with them then?
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