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    I'm back and How do I stay logged in?

    Hello all
    Although the last few years I've been following the forum...... I've stopped posting. This is because I now read the forum mostly on a tablet rather than my office computer where my pass words are written down!
    Is there anywhere I can 'click' to stop from getting logged out when I leave the forum (on the same device!). As I cannot retain passwords in my head I just stopped posting!


    its now time to start discussing and feeding back again..... I've been through a lot of instruments, mouthpieces, music and practice techniques over the last decade and have often seen topics I wanted to share on.........I'm back
    best
    Dave
    Current Euphs:
    Besson Prestige (German)
    York Eminence
    Boosey & Hawkes Sovereign (Round Stamp/ Globe)
    Boosey & Hawkes Imperial
    Plus an attic of old classics in various states of repair!

    Previous Euphs:

    Geneva Symphony
    Wilson 2900 with Eminence leadpipe
    Sterling Virtuoso (300 mm heavy red brass bell)
    Cortios 167 II

    'Gob Iron': Doug Elliott Euph 105 I 9s (plus a few others!)


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    Join Date
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    Hi Dave,

    Good to see you posting again!

    Which ever device you use, when you log in, there should be a box under the password where you can check labeled 'Remember me?'. I often use my iPad to access the forum and this works for me.

    Also, may I suggest you get a password mgr for your PC and/or tablet and phone. There are several available and some are free to try. I use "Keeper", but never have paid for it. I have to put up with the numerous emails to remind me I haven't signed up yet but that's okay with me.

    Hope this helps.
    Last edited by RickF; 11-12-2016 at 08:41 AM.
    Rick Floyd
    Miraphone 5050 - Warburton Brandon Jones sig mpc
    YEP-641S (on long-term loan to grandson)
    Doug Elliott - 102 rim; I-cup; I-9 shank


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    Thanks Rick... Don't know how I didn't see that!
    dave
    Current Euphs:
    Besson Prestige (German)
    York Eminence
    Boosey & Hawkes Sovereign (Round Stamp/ Globe)
    Boosey & Hawkes Imperial
    Plus an attic of old classics in various states of repair!

    Previous Euphs:

    Geneva Symphony
    Wilson 2900 with Eminence leadpipe
    Sterling Virtuoso (300 mm heavy red brass bell)
    Cortios 167 II

    'Gob Iron': Doug Elliott Euph 105 I 9s (plus a few others!)


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