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Hi,
I opened this site in 2 differents browser.
I wonder when I log out from one browser the other one is also log out, and the same as log in.
Any idear of this!

If I have any mistake, pls forgive !

regards,
Moniphal
 
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Hi Moniphal,

If I understand your question correctly, you're asking if one browser will show you as logged out after you log out using a different browser? You could give it a try and see what happens. Or you could take my word for it: nope.


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The UBB system uses cookies to keep you logged in. If you log out, the cookie is deleted and that us the reason why.

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Hi Paulin and Eric,
Paulin, i've tried as what you said.If I log out with one browser, another browser is not log out imediately but if I click on something then it appear to be log out !

Eric, thanks for your explanation. now I understand the reason why.

I'm a new member in this site. I found it so useful to be a member here !

Thanks again for the reply of you both
kind regards,
Moniphal
 
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