3 Replies Latest reply on Jan 10, 2013 7:26 AM by compulsivereaderTX

    anyone else notice the sign in at the website is fixed?

      For YEARS now, I could not have my computer "remember" my password to sign in...and then lately, it always wanted to put my password in front of my email address. That was very frustrating.

       

      But now...finally, someone has their $%!+ together and got that fixed. Oh dear! Does this mean someone learned how to write code? Will they fix other things? The wishlists? Maybe sync to our devices? can we get that person to write code for our devices and fix the problems with the HD devices? Shall we start a petition?

       

      I know, I'm being a smart A$$ but it's sad when you notice something WORKS! But I'm hoping they keep it up!

        • Re: anyone else notice the sign in at the website is fixed?

          compulsivereaderTX wrote:

          For YEARS now, I could not have my computer "remember" my password to sign in...and then lately, it always wanted to put my password in front of my email address. That was very frustrating.

           

          But now...finally, someone has their $%!+ together and got that fixed. Oh dear! Does this mean someone learned how to write code? Will they fix other things? The wishlists? Maybe sync to our devices? can we get that person to write code for our devices and fix the problems with the HD devices? Shall we start a petition?

           

          I know, I'm being a smart A$$ but it's sad when you notice something WORKS! But I'm hoping they keep it up!


          Umm ... usually, your login information for any Web site is kept by your browser in a "cookie" stored on your local computer.  If you have your browser settings configured to delete all cookies and temporary Internet files on exit, then there is no way that the passwords will be automatically available at login unless you use a password manager.  It seems that you can have convenience or security, but not both unless you jump through some hoops. 

           

          What kind of computer are you using, with which OS and which browser?

           

          • Re: anyone else notice the sign in at the website is fixed?

            :smileyhappy:

             

            I noticed that too. Good catch.

             

            Yeah, my favorite was where it would switch the cursor to email field after finishing loading - even if password was half typed already.