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Subject: RE: Question for Eric den Doop
Thread ID: 248725 Message ID: 248745 # Views: 2 # Ratings: 0
Version: Visual FoxPro 9 SP2 Category: Foxite: feedback
Date: Tuesday, December 22, 2009 9:35:35 PM         
   


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> > Actually, the current time out for idle sessions is set to 2 hours. So if you're browser hasn't contacted the server for more than 2 hours, you're auto logged off. However, your name in the Currently Online window is removed after 10 minutes idle.
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> > If you check the "remember me" box in the logon window, you will auto-logon when you navigate to the https://www.foxite.com/forum url.
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> > I keep the forum open in my browser the entire working day and I simply hit Refresh to reactivate my session.
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> > Eric den Doop
> > www.foxite.com - The Home Of The Visual FoxPro Experts
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> Hi Eric,
>
> I have another request...
> Here in Brazil we are at GMT-3
> When I post a message from 21:00 to 23:59 in my local time, the messages cannot be seen before the new day, even if I try to change manually the date in the date filter, putting the next date. The validation from the "to" or final date does not let me put a date greater than the current.
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> Maybe if you just allowed me to put a date one day greater, I could see my messages / threads ?
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> Regards,
>
> Cesar
> My Blog


Hi C,

Did you set your timezone in your account settings? If not, please do so. I remember I once fixed a bug that you describe here and I also remember that a few weeks later, the bug returned. I do have to fix this one (again) soon though. Anyway, the current workaround is to logoff and logon again. That should reset an internal per-user clock. Another trick that may or may not work is hitting the Default button in the thread filter window. I am not sure but I believe the Default button also resets that internal clock.
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Eric den Doop
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Question for Eric den Doop Posted by Atik @ 12/22/2009 5:04:36 PM
RE: Question for Eric den Doop Posted by Borislav Borissov @ 12/22/2009 5:40:41 PM
RE: Question for Eric den Doop Posted by Atik @ 12/22/2009 5:51:34 PM
RE: Question for Eric den Doop Posted by Eric den Doop @ 12/22/2009 9:07:32 PM
RE: Question for Eric den Doop Posted by Atik @ 12/22/2009 9:15:40 PM
RE: Question for Eric den Doop Posted by Cesar @ 12/22/2009 9:19:01 PM
RE: Question for Eric den Doop Posted by Eric den Doop @ 12/22/2009 9:35:35 PM
RE: Question for Eric den Doop Posted by Cesar @ 12/22/2009 9:45:36 PM