Sorasyn   -  Sep 23, 2013

@Hawkee I'm having some issues logging in on mobile, and staying logged in on my desktop. Are those cookie and caching issues on my end or what?

Hawkee  -  Sep 23, 2013

Hard to say, I get logged out quite a bit as well. It could be a problem with our session system. I'd like to upgrade it.

Sorasyn  -  Sep 24, 2013

Ah well I haven't been able to log in all day on my cell phone. It acts like it accepts my password then it just reloads the main page with the log in fields.

Hawkee  -  Sep 24, 2013

What if you login with one of the social network options?

Sorasyn  -  Sep 24, 2013

Don't have a Facebook or Twitter, but GitHub works. Traditional log in still doesn't work on mobile.

blackvenomm666  -  Sep 27, 2013

I never have a problem logging on via mobile

Sorasyn  -  Sep 27, 2013

I played with some cookie settings on my phone's Chrome app. I suppose that's probably the culprit. However I can log in through GitHub on mobile now.

CometBaby  -  Sep 30, 2013

Usually it starts out well, and then begins to slow to a crawl. If you are using your carriers direct connection, your carrier will prob. slow down your connection until you lag off. They don't want you using too much of their free bandwidth. Logging on to IRC chat with your cell phone probably won't be real successful if you want to stay online a long period of time. If you can find a good, strong wireless connection, you will prob. have better luck.

As an aside, when we used AT&T I could not connect to any efnet server. They seemed to have CHAT blocked altogether. Sprint does allow me to connect, but that connection will slow down quickly.

Sorasyn  -  Sep 30, 2013

I wasn't referring to connecting to IRC. I was having issues with the log in page here at Hawkee. As for carriers direct connection; I've used over 65GB of 4g data this month and still going strong. Lol.

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