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Old 23rd July 2008
CarolusMagnus CarolusMagnus is offline
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Hi,

Glad to be here. Just registered after getting BSDTalk.

I had the experience of registering and having the page/thread indicate that I was logged in, but then, after looking at a link posted in a thread and hitting the back button, the page did not update to show me as logged out.

This is not a show stopper, since I did a refresh, logged in, and asked to be remembered.

Maybe putting a "remember me" option while registering might be helpful. (If it's there then I'm just that vacant right now.)

Thanks for a slick presentation and a refreshing absence of spam. My links list that gets published by a friend at http://yoel.info/links.htm will probably be updated in the near future with DaemonForums on it.
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