I have to sign back in every time I close my browser and come back to site

wrecklesswords wrecklesswords
And it's getting rather annoying and I think it's one of the factors why I haven't been on as much. Unless I leave the tab for Eden open, every time I close, I have to log back in. This happens no matter what browser I'm using. I have signed in with my email, changed my password about 3 times now, and nothing is helping.

I emailed about another tech issue with the site and it's been at least a week or longer since I've gotten a reply about that.
Mar 6, 8:29 pm
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Lioncub Lioncub
It's been this way for awhile. When I had inquired about it some time ago I was told that's just how it was.
Mar 6, 9:15 pm
ScorpioCurves ScorpioCurves
I wonder if there's a thread about website ideas & things we'd want to improve for EF, because I've also noticed that this website isn't too user-friendly sometimes.
Mar 6, 11:18 pm
wrecklesswords wrecklesswords
It was very user-friendly before. like SUPER easy to use.

I know that they are trying to switch over the security settings, but this is kind of ridiculous.
Mar 7, 5:23 pm
ScorpioCurves ScorpioCurves
I hear ya. I'd say my biggest peeve with EF (including the log in issue) would probably be how hard it is to navigate through the site. When I had first started using EF, I had a hard time finding all the reviews on a product page (I still do), unless I find a link to a specific review and just go from there. Also, because I was new to using forums, it took me a little while to find help for navigating. Also, there were some site features that I didn't know existed until I saw them on someone's profile (Partner program, Fan of). Just little things I guess, but still rather annoying.
Mar 9, 6:44 pm
Rossie Rossie
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Originally posted by ScorpioCurves
I hear ya. I'd say my biggest peeve with EF (including the log in issue) would probably be how hard it is to navigate through the site. When I had first started using EF, I had a hard time finding all the reviews on a product page (I still do), ... More
Eden Fantasys is a huge site with lots of information, much more so than any other sex toy retailer sites, so it does require more time for you to get use to it. Spend some time to click on every single icon/button you see on the different pages, and you'll gradually learn everything there is to know about EF.
Mar 9, 8:39 pm
Rossie Rossie
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Originally posted by wrecklesswords
And it's getting rather annoying and I think it's one of the factors why I haven't been on as much. Unless I leave the tab for Eden open, every time I close, I have to log back in. This happens no matter what browser I'm using. I ... More
I only need to log on if I come back to the site around midnight, and once in the morning. Please be patient, I'm sure Ilya and the other IT guys are working very hard to fix all the little tech issues.
Mar 9, 8:51 pm
wrecklesswords wrecklesswords
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Originally posted by Rossie
I only need to log on if I come back to the site around midnight, and once in the morning. Please be patient, I'm sure Ilya and the other IT guys are working very hard to fix all the little tech issues.
I'm trying to be, but it's been like this since they started the change-over, not to mention I haven't gotten any response back from my others.

I just don't come to the site as often haha. Hopefully it'll be fixed soon.
Mar 9, 9:56 pm
Wicked Wahine Wicked Wahine
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Originally posted by wrecklesswords
I'm trying to be, but it's been like this since they started the change-over, not to mention I haven't gotten any response back from my others.

I just don't come to the site as often haha. Hopefully it'll be fixed soon.
I use a version of Chrome called Comodo Dragon and it has a feature to save your login save info, but there are free programs (I think free ones) that can do this for you if your browser doesn't have this feature. So I just click my bookmark that I have set to the login page and hit enter because I already saved the log in info and find it already filled in for me whenever I go to a page that needs that login info. It's really fast and easy and saves me the aggravation you are experiencing. Since I always have browsers set to erase all tracks upon shut down of the browser, I never noticed this was something new. I can see how it's a pain, but it does prevent people from accessing other's accounts on the same computer after they've left. It helps retain your privacy be ensuring no one but you can see your account info.

As for no replies, I recently got a reply to a question 15 days after I sent the message, so maybe you still will hear back (though I somehow doubt it).
Mar 10, 4:34 pm
wrecklesswords wrecklesswords
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Originally posted by Wicked Wahine
I use a version of Chrome called Comodo Dragon and it has a feature to save your login save info, but there are free programs (I think free ones) that can do this for you if your browser doesn't have this feature. So I just click my bookmark that ... More
Maybe so!

Well, in the last two days, I have noticed that instead of it auto-saving just my username, it now has both my email and password saved, so it's made signing on so much quicker now!

Which is easier since half the time I'm online, I am on my Chromebook that can't use anything BUT Chrome hahaha
Mar 11, 5:22 pm
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