#1
Simple question, is it possible to make a website keep me logged to it even if I close the browser?. Sometimes a "remember me" check box is near the text boxes but most of the times it isn't anywhere.
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#5
If there's no "Remember Me" button then, no I don't believe so. You could at least save your passwords, which your browser should ask you when you log in. And if you use firefox, you can download Greasemonkey and there's most likely an auto-login script for whatever website you need.
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Introduce yourself and take her out for dinner.


If she doesn't remember you after that she isn't worth your time.

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#8
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Introduce yourself and take her out for dinner.


If she doesn't remember you after that she isn't worth your time.

bahaha
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#11
they store passwords automatically don't they?

Originally Posted by RU Experienced?
Introduce yourself and take her out for dinner.


If she doesn't remember you after that she isn't worth your time.


#12
no. no website wants to remember you anyway.
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Introduce yourself and take her out for dinner.


If she doesn't remember you after that she isn't worth your time.

That's some epic win there
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