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However, when I refreshed it just repeated the same message. When I tried to sign in manually it took me to the "Setup my Account" page. I updated my details and clicked "Create" but it seemed to have a problem and took me to the "bad hamsters" page.
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One of these days I'm going to think of a really clever signature.
I have set up my account on RootAdmin and now the automatic logon works in Chrome. It takes a few seconds before the message to refresh the page gets displayed, but once I click on "refresh", I am logged in.
But it does not work the other way around...
"When you don't know what you're doing it's best to do it quickly" - Jase #DuckDynasty
as in: if you're logged into RootAdmin and not in CodeProject, then when visiting CodeProject you're not automatically logged in? This is by design, but can potentially be changed (though potentially messy)
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Could you delete my not very old "forogar" account on rootadmin so that your "create using the info from CP" feature can do it - or better yet, recognize the similarities enough to be able to merge them.
- Life in the fast lane is only fun if you live in a country with no speed limits.
- Of all the things I have lost, it is my mind that I miss the most.
- I vaguely remember having a good memory...
Just released the latest alpha version of TakeStock 2 (a powerful, easy-to-use and completely free personal portfolio manager). Would appreciate any and all feedback, suggestions and bug reports. Thanks!
People will not test your application, that you have to do yourself.
Actually, TS2 and my other freeware apps are used by thousands of users worldwide and have been reviewed by several popular freeware sites including CNet and SoftPedia. They're also used by several CPians.
in our business we have developed a realtime instrument control application. It was written in MSVC Prof. with C++ as a multithreaded modular MFC Doc/View application. The main program with the intrument interface was changed recently to reflect some changes in the intrument controller which was changed from running as DLL to being a service utilizing memory mapped files.
Unfortunatly since this change our application is slowly eating up memory. After some weeks the application will hang or crash. We've already invested much time isolating the error with CRT diagnostic and other techniques but were not able to locate the source of the problem.
We are looking for german based help on this issue. Anyone feels tempted or knows where to ask for help?