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Old 01-28-02, 06:45 PM   #1
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Hey Joe

Hey Joe, when I come to the site it says todays birthday is Buddy Hayden's...But then I log in and it says cyclocrossmares.What gives? The same thing happened with JonR's b-day, when I was logged out it said JonR, log in and it was different.
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Old 01-28-02, 07:02 PM   #2
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Time zone differences, When your logged out, time goes to GMT, when you log in, it sets the time to your local time, in this case, EST
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Coolio..I was wondering if that was the reason.
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Joe, speaking of logging in/out, should I always log out when I leave BikeForums? I usually just close Netscape or go to another website [usually a job search site ]. I hope I'm not screwing things up.
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Old 02-01-02, 08:40 AM   #5
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So it was you all this time Ron!

I motion to convene the Bike Forums Court for a ruling.
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Joe, speaking of logging in/out, should I always log out when I leave BikeForums? I usually just close Netscape or go to another website [usually a job search site ]. I hope I'm not screwing things up.
I think the software logs you out after a certain period of inactivity. It's important to log out if you are using a public terminal of course.

So Joe, what's the verdict?
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I never log out bikerider is correct, the forum software will log out out automaticly after 15min of unactivity. If you access the site from work, or school, its a good idea to log out.
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