There is also the chance of 'less frequent fliers' of this forum, they miss any notification of any changes to the site.
You can never please everyone, no matter how hard you try, especially 'old hands' who use this web site on a regular basis. So possibly some notification for those regulars who use the site, would have been favourable with hindsight.
I for one are one of those 'less frequent fliers', although a bit of a shock, it took a minute or so to suss it out. And I'm no techy by any stretch of the imagination.
It's no different than changing your car, you soon get used to it.
I for one, am so grateful for these forums, not much in this life is free.
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Thread: Strange Log-in experience today!
04-11-2019, 2:41 PM #21Too many bones, too much sorrow, but until I am dead, there's always tomorrow.
04-11-2019, 2:48 PM #22
Thanks Timbo58 for a nice explanation. However, my point was and is that such an explanation would have been better put before the event, rather than after it. Churn usually comes with change, but to quote the Royal Observer Corps,"forewarned is forearmed"Peter Nicholl
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04-11-2019, 3:41 PM #23
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When attempting to connect to the forum using a VPN in Frankfurt am Main, the message "403 Forbidden" is generated.
Are you using some form of geo-blocking?
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