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Post subject: Time out setting for forum  PostPosted: 12.02.2011, 22:14



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Dear all,

is it possible to at least slightly increase the time out setting for the forum?

I know that you have thought about, but the actual setting seems to me really short...

Just a proposal!

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Post subject: RE: Time out setting for forum  PostPosted: 13.02.2011, 12:44



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They used to reduce it when a new release comes out. I assume they're doing the same now
 
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Post subject: RE: Time out setting for forum  PostPosted: 13.02.2011, 16:25
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Which time out setting you talk about specificially? Current settings:

forum flood interval 15
forum search flood interval 15
forum cookie session 3600
forum post edit unlimited
cms ajax timeout 5
cms authkeys timeout unlimited
cms cookie session 3600
cms cookie lifetime 7 days (all other settings are seconds)

They all are sane - and no, we did not change them for release days, just caching was slightly adapted.

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Post subject: RE: Time out setting for forum  PostPosted: 23.02.2011, 18:43



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maybe forum cookie session 2x3600 would be great

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Post subject: RE: Time out setting for forum  PostPosted: 23.02.2011, 23:52



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Post subject: RE: Time out setting for forum  PostPosted: 24.02.2011, 15:04
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personally, i'd like to see the login cookie get reset back to zero every time i log in, so i don't have to keep logging in every time the cookie expires. that way, i'd only have to log in if i hadn't logged in for more than a week.

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Post subject: Re: RE: Time out setting for forum  PostPosted: 12.05.2011, 16:14



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      slam wrote:
Which time out setting you talk about specificially? Current settings:

forum flood interval 15
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forum post edit unlimited
This bit me when i edited a post. In other words: edit tells me I have to wait before posting a new message.

Compose message, Submit. Edit post, Submit.
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You cannot make another post so soon after your last; please try again in a short while.
 
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