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LuxCal Forum / General / Problems / Log In Gives Time Out / Refresh Screen Message
Posted:  02 Dec 2012 00:17
When I try to log in, it get a message saying Time-out. Please close this window, reload the calendar and try again.  Sometimes just closing the popup and refreshing, shows me logged in.  Sometimes repeated tries get me nowhere.  Windows 7 - Firefox and IE
Posted:  02 Dec 2012 00:52
Hello,

Do you have private browsing turned on or something that isn't allowing cookies to be saved?

Dan
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Posted:  02 Dec 2012 04:26
No private browsing selected in IE or  Firefox.  I have no issues logging into other sites I visit.
Posted:  02 Dec 2012 11:54
Hi there,
This can happen if the PHP sessions are not working.
Have you been able to log in at all, or do you get this message  consistently?

Could you send me the URL of your calendar installation (via the Contact Us page), so that I can have a look and try to analyze the problem.
Roel
Posted:  03 Dec 2012 19:45
I have a feeling I know what might be causing their issue. I just tried something, taking the login link from the windows and going direct.

Time-out. Please close this window, reload the calendar and try again

I close the window and go to the calendar and it shows I'm logged in. It works but because it was done as a direct link it doesn't close the window.

Dan
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Posted:  03 Dec 2012 22:10
You could be right.

But mmooo said:

Quote:


Sometimes just closing the popup and refreshing, shows me logged in.
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I assume that with popup the small login window is meant.
Posted:  04 Dec 2012 13:20
Yes I believe the popup is the small login he was referring too. If you do it as a direct url it opens (at least in my case) full screen. The login generates the error and the window stays open. If you click the "Closes' button (at least in my case) it doesn't close the page. You have to use the close page icon at the top of the screen and then when you go to the calendar it shows you logged it.

Dan
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