ForumsNews and FeedbackIt would be cool if we could stay logged in

17 3126
mrblazen8
offline
mrblazen8
1 posts
200

Just a thought summed up in the topic. Would really like to see that done :')

  • 17 Replies
sourwhatup2
offline
sourwhatup2
3,695 posts
3,965

What do you mean by this? If you mean by the site then it's possible.

Everytime I get on the site I'm already logged in. I think there is an option for it in every browser.

Patrick2011
offline
Patrick2011
12,313 posts
8,010

There is an automatic logout every week, but you can avoid more frequent logouts by not logging out.

I think there is an option for it in every browser.


Do you mean a way to bypass the weekly logout, or do some browsers logout every time unless you have a setting to stay logged in?
sourwhatup2
offline
sourwhatup2
3,695 posts
3,965

Do you mean a way to bypass the weekly logout, or do some browsers logout every time unless you have a setting to stay logged in?


The latter. I can close my browser and come back in and it's still signed in. That's what I mean.
Salvidian
offline
Salvidian
4,229 posts
2,255

The site automatically keeps you logged in.

sourwhatup2
offline
sourwhatup2
3,695 posts
3,965

The site automatically keeps you logged in.

Or that. Lol. I didn't know which one it was. I think it just has to do with the cookies on the site.
Salvidian
offline
Salvidian
4,229 posts
2,255

I think it just has to do with the cookies on the site.


Precisely. The cookies do it.
killersup10
offline
killersup10
2,747 posts
2,850

Cookies, where?


What is this weekly log-out. Killersup has never had that happen?

jeol
offline
jeol
3,845 posts
6,080

Do you mean a way to bypass the weekly logout, or do some browsers logout every time unless you have a setting to stay logged in?

I don't think I've ever had to log in weekly, unless you mean if you don't come on for a week it would log you out, which sort of makes sense. I'd imagine AG updates the expiration date every time you're logged into the site, but after the expiration date it would automatically log you out (or rather, not have you logged in). It could be that whatever browser you are using isn't updating your cookies, if you still have to log in weekly regardless of when you get on.

Could be wrong, though.
PuzzleMage
offline
PuzzleMage
12 posts
1,335

When I go to play GemCraft Labyrinth it has my saved game ready to load, so the cookies on my computer are clearly just peachy, but it wants me to buy the premium edition because I'm not logged into Armor games. I'm on my own computer, so I'd like to stay logged in. I was playing yesterday, and today it doesn't know me, so it's not like I've been gone a week, either.

MacII
offline
MacII
1,348 posts
1,395

so the cookies on my computer are clearly just peachy, but it wants me to buy the premium edition because I'm not logged into Armor games.


Flash savegames get stored in so-called flash cookies, or more technically Local Shared Objects (LSO's), these are and work differently from http cookies proper.

The issue described above, and while it's an older thread, indeed refers to the way users have their browser set up to handle the latter, so cookies proper. This will determine whether the site recognizes them as being logged on or not.

2) The issue of being logged on here, but not being recognized as such by a given game, gets quite regularly mentioned here. I've not studied it enough to know the answer, although my first guess would be to just try and log in again through the in-game logon screen you presumably get. Either way, your flash cookies should have no bearing on this (they will on whether your games get saved offline or not, so on your machine. Note this doesn't pertain to online saves, which obviously aren't stored on your computer.)
Freakenstein
offline
Freakenstein
9,562 posts
4,140

I don't know about anyone else, but I haven't had to log back into my account since the time we had that security breach a couple months back. Two things come to my mind with the issue of logging in here. Your PC/laptop/iOS might be periodically deleting this login cookie based on various actions you take, like turning it off or clicking off a browser. The second thing would be logging in from a different computer/laptop/iOS which notices that you logged in somewhere else. Simply put, logging in in a different place requires you log back in when you hop back to the original area.

There might be more to it than this :/

MacII
offline
MacII
1,348 posts
1,395

I think that's pretty much the gist of it, Freaken.

mightybob
offline
mightybob
363 posts
1,050

I only have to log back in if I log out, for like 6 months straight I didn't have to log back in.

boppins
online
boppins
704 posts
5,995

Off the top of my head I believe we set our login cookie to be a month. If you are being logged out earlier than that, you may be deleting cookies or just logging out. You might have a browser extension that does some cookie cleaning as well.

pangtongshu
offline
pangtongshu
9,995 posts
3,285

There is an automatic logout every week, but you can avoid more frequent logouts by not logging out


I have never experience this. Am I special?
Showing 1-15 of 17