Lost automatic login to KF--an Opera question or a CCleaner question?
scholar - 5-7-2009 at 00:38
When I would open Opera, I would choose to continue with my previous windows (tabs, istes) open. I would always leave a KF window open; when Opera
would open, I would have that window again, and would be logged inwithout making any effort.
I ran CCleaner.
When I next used Opera, it did not give me the option of returning to the windows used last time.
When I went to KF, I was a guest, and needed to log in.
Since then, even though I have been getting to choose in Opera to go to the windows open last time, the KF windows only open as if I were a guest.
How do I return to my former situation, with the KF windows opening with me logged in, without additional effort? Do I need to do something different
Topcat - 5-7-2009 at 07:39
You could simply use the restore function and take the system back to a point in time before you used CCleaner.
Daz - 5-7-2009 at 10:58
Check Opera's settings... (Tools > Preferences > See Screenshots)
When you've done that, also make sure CCleaner is unticked in the Opera department...
Daz - 5-7-2009 at 10:59
Daz - 5-7-2009 at 11:00
And the last one...
Though I prefer to keep this one checked, as I don't like auto login, I prefer using the Wand feature in Opera...
Daz - 5-7-2009 at 11:02
BTW, my screenies are for guidance only, because my setup isn't set up for auto login, so you;ll need to use your initiative and adjust things
Katzy - 5-7-2009 at 12:11
*Kat thinks the cookies thing will be enough.
LSemmens - 5-7-2009 at 13:13
IIRC, you are correct, Katzy.
Katzy - 5-7-2009 at 21:31
scholar - 5-7-2009 at 22:46
This question is a little bit of thread drift, but, so be it--I have been worried about checking this, in case I make an error
with the password. Wouldn't such an error result in the wrong password being placed EVERY TIME? I also worry that, even if I do it right, the
password might be reset in the future, and I would be stuck with the wrong one in the wand.
Sadly, I grew to depend on the wand for passwords for a few accounts. Then, when the web site was redone, so that the URL was no longer the same, the
wand no longer supplied the password, and I had forgotten it (since I had not typed it for years).
giron - 5-7-2009 at 23:05
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scholar - 5-7-2009 at 23:10
Very good, Giron!
That's the kind of adornment and humor I miss when you are not posting here.
Daz - 6-7-2009 at 00:17
How very apt for you...
Daz - 6-7-2009 at 00:23
If you enter the wrong pass, but then try again using the correct pass, Wand offers you a choice with the ones you have previously tried to use. You
can simply delete the incorrect one from the list. (It's done /listed/ chronologically IIRC)
You can view your Wand passes with a little known app called Wand viewer or somesuch... I have a copy here on a HDD somewhere...
You can also view some settings in the "Manage Wand Passwords" in the "Delete Private Data" option.
LSemmens - 6-7-2009 at 14:09
As for forgetting old passwords, just keep them all locked up in a file on your 'puter, Not one called Passwords! Then, if you need
to, you can refer to it. It has come very useful over the years, especially when I review the list and realise how many sites that have my "magic
victor - 7-7-2009 at 23:29
You must remember to say "Izzy Wizzy lets get busy!"
or it doesn't work.