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  • erinak
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    Thanks Donna. Nothing personal. It would be a great help tho. Cheers

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  • donna
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    Originally posted by erinak View Post
    Yes, I was locked out! So bloody frustrating when they don't tell you why cos then you (at least I do) wonder I've done differently to cause the issue!! Please at least have the decency to tell us you are updating and not to "adjust or fiddle with something you yourself haven't done"!!
    Ok thanks for the feedback.

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  • erinak
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    Yes, I was locked out! So bloody frustrating when they don't tell you why cos then you (at least I do) wonder I've done differently to cause the issue!! Please at least have the decency to tell us you are updating and not to "adjust or fiddle with something you yourself haven't done"!!

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  • brokerman
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    Haha, thought I'd been locked out!

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  • Kaye
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    Thanks Donna all sorted

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  • chook
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    Originally posted by Kaye View Post
    Hi Team is anyone else having an issue logging in? Taking me 4-5 attempts to log in...
    Yes had big problems

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  • donna
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    Hi Kaye,

    We did some updates - your browser maybe caching the login page. Use another browser or do a deep refresh



    There are also keyboard shortcuts to perform the equivalent hard refresh. Because there are multiple ways to do the same action, they will be listed below:
    • Chrome, Firefox, or Edge for Windows: Press Ctrl+F5 (If that doesn’t work, try Shift+F5 or Ctrl+Shift+R).
    • Chrome or Firefox for Mac: Press Shift+Command+R.
    • Safari for Mac: There is no simple keyboard shortcut to force a hard refresh. Instead, press Command+Option+E to empty the cache, then hold down Shift and click Reload in the toolbar.
    • Safari for iPhone and iPad: There is no shortcut to force a cache refresh. You’ll have to dig into settings to erase your browser’s cache.
    cheers,

    Donna
    Sometimes, a website does not behave as expected or seems stuck showing outdated information. To fix this, it’s easy to force your browser to completely reload its local copy of the page (cache) using a simple keyboard shortcut. Here’s how to do it.

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  • Kaye
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    Login Issue

    Hi Team is anyone else having an issue logging in? Taking me 4-5 attempts to log in...
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