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Posted By: pokesturrrrr account issues - 09/14/20 07:57 PM
hey freak, I was trying to PM you but it doesn't seem that i am allowed to. can you fix that? id love to have a small chat with you

on a different note, my password keeps resetting or something because I have trouble logging in every time and have to reset it to log in

love the forum!
Posted By: FREAK Re: account issues - 09/15/20 05:46 AM
PM's are shut off for everyone. You can always e-mail me directly @ freak@freaksforum.com

That's an odd issue to have, I would clear your cache and remove all cookies. It's possible the cookie used to store your password became corrupt. That should solve the issue. If not let me know.

Appreciate the comments and glad to see you posting.
Posted By: pokesturrrrr Re: account issues - 09/16/20 09:26 PM
Thanks freak! I’ll keep an eye on it and see if it does it again
Posted By: sailfish Re: account issues - 09/19/20 03:41 PM
Testing
Posted By: Ruben Re: account issues - 09/19/20 05:27 PM
Originally Posted by pokesturrrrr
hey freak, I was trying to PM you but it doesn't seem that i am allowed to. can you fix that? id love to have a small chat with you

on a different note, my password keeps resetting or something because I have trouble logging in every time and have to reset it to log in

love the forum!

Okay the steps for lost password if you can't login.
First you use the lost password link.
This will email a temporary password.
It will be valid for a limited number of days.
Then revert back to your original saved password.
It does not change your original password ever!
To edit you need to edit your original password in your profile.
While using the temporary password.
Edit your profile.
Change the password to what you want and confirm the password again on the next line.
Make sure you completely delete the old password.(it will be dots and it will not match the actual number of characters you used)
Then select the save changes button at the bottom.
Then it will become your new saved original password.
I have done this twice with no issues here.

Also when you login there is a Keep me logged in check box.
Check it
That will keep you logged in for 30 days unless you delete your cookie.

Unless you are blocking cookies.
Posted By: Jammer67 Re: account issues - 09/22/20 06:30 PM
Hello I am trying to change my password to get into my account I put in my password I retype it I put save changes and it goes back to the original password and I cannot get into my account after that can you please help?
Posted By: Ruben Re: account issues - 09/23/20 09:01 PM
Originally Posted by Jammer67
Hello I am trying to change my password to get into my account I put in my password I retype it I put save changes and it goes back to the original password and I cannot get into my account after that can you please help?
If you do not know the password then how do you know it is the old password.
I have had no issues with password change here.
It must be something on your device such as numlock and capslock state is different or you have saved your login in the browser or app that is now incorrect.
Or you are blocking cookies.
Anyway

Private messages are turned off here so all I can offer is you give me your desired password.
I will login as you and change it., test it to confirm it works.
Then email you with the results.
If you still have issues I can't help you.
You then will need to figure out what is wrong with your pc or device.

I can't see the existing password but I can change it.

My email is
ruben_e_rocha@outlookDotcom
Replace the word dot with a period.
I typed it that way so I do not get spam.

You will need to send the email from your registered email on this site for me to respond.

Same goes for pokesturrrrr!

This is the only method I can do to rule out that is is either something on your side or the site.
Posted By: FREAK Re: account issues - 09/24/20 08:42 PM
I updated Jammer's e-mail and sent him what I changed it to, Not sure if still an issue, he'll have to respond to let us know.
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