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I have hesitated to ask this for quite some time because I did not think it was possible.

I use the same login and password for two different accounts. In the one account I just dance my fingers over the keyboard and hit enter and gain access. In the other account I have to hit some of the keys a couple of times (using the same keys as the first) before my info is entered.

I would assume that once you hit a key, it would respond the same regardless of what I was typing.

Is there a reason that the one websites login and password would be less responsive than the other?
 

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Is there a reason that the one websites login and password would be less responsive than the other?

Yes.

- One website (the fast one)...may not be very busy (not a lot of folks visiting) but have a lot of bandwidth. Other combinations too.

- The other website (the slow one)...may be very busy (lots of folks logged in) & the website may only have a small amount of bandwidth. Other combinations too.

* Nick
 

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