Twice in the past hour, I have been automatically logged out and I have noticed that green-colored content links have been placed within the text
portions of the ATS screen I'm viewing. If I mouse-over that green-colored link, a balloon appears, giving me the lovely option to click for more
I hope someone can explain why this is happening and why anyone would put up with it. I know I won't remain here if that's what I'll be subjected
to just to read or add to posts.
about those green highlighted keywords with the pop-up balloons. i get those on my home pc when i am not logged in but they go away after i log in.
what is weird is that i never get them on my laptop....must be some super scoobydooo cookie secretly placed somewhere and i can't find it to get rid
Hi Jack. I have posted on some of the other forums -- I wasn't actually counting this thread. I started a thread yesterday and after it was posted it
was immediately moved into the Medical forum. Right after that happened, everything went haywire. I've made a few posts this morning (not this
one)....Now everything seemed to belly-up on me.
Ah well, worse things have happened in life. I'll let the Scoobydoo Cookie Theorists check it all out!
After getting some coffee in me and having enough time to look at this situation completely it occurs to me that the Hot Topics section has always
been incapable of hosting "logged in" members since it is outside the forum realm.
If you look at the URL for the hot topics section you'll see it is it's own domain. If you simply click "Board Home" straight from the hot topics
page you will see that you are not, I repeat NOT logged out of ATS.
WRT the inline content tags, we replaced "pop ups" with them about a month ago and only those who are visiting the site without logging in will see
One of the incentives to join the site is to eliminate those and about 40% of the other ads from your ATS experience.
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