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dont know what happen a few days ago but now when i boot up i have to login to my home page, there and ebay, never before did i have to do this, i stayed logged in. i dont have to type my login information but have to go to the login page, which then it fills in automatically, but have to do this every time i boot up, i click the box that says keep me logged in but it doesnt seem to help.
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cookies are enabled, im on firefox, used it for years. strange, every time, says login and when i click the login, or sign in, it takes me to the page then logins automatically. at least i dont have to type in my user name or password every time but i do need to click on the sign or login every time. just started doing this couple days ago.
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Does it remember you login to any site or has it forgotten them for all of them? Determining a pattern would be helpful in figuring out what's going on. Of course, one way to see if things persist is to wipe away your cache/settings/saved passwords and start all over again to see if it works.

You might also give Safari or Chrome a shot just to see if things stick there or get forgotten as well..

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every site remembers it, including this one. its just that i have to click on the login to go to the login page and then its logs me in.
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something i just noticed is that now my mail quits just by closing the window on it. i was having to quit mail upon shutting down or it would pop up when i booted up. so i guess ive turned something on that says to quit everything when i shut down. the fact that i had to quit mail every time when i was done with it or it would open on bootup is a good thing, i had read a lot of post on how to do this. i always was able to just close the mail window and that was good enough but after getting lion the mail window would pop up on bootup unless i actually quit mail, closing the window wouldnt quit mail. anyway i guess something good has come out of this problem. and yes ive simply closed the mail window a few timmes now and restarted without the mail window opening up on my desktop.
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