Reporting an Unusual Occurrence

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BobH
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Reporting an Unusual Occurrence

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Whilst reading threads this afternoon, my 'skin' switched from the LatteRed that I have specified in my preferences to the default subsilver. I continued through a series of responses. When I clicked to return to my bookmark position, I was logged out. Upon logging in I once again had LatteRed displays.

I've not experienced the subsilver to be persistent through multiple responses. In the past, it would revert to my choice on the next response.

I'm reporting this only in the off chance that it will be of use in any debugging efforts that might be ongoing or might arise in future.
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Re: Reporting an Unusual Occurrence

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I'm getting increased instances of being logged out automatically, mostly between sessions, but once when I was logged on.

Initially things were going well on the new server, but they deteriorated.

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I am logged off between sessions quite often. I figured it was because I don't log out. Today's experience was the first time I've had skin change and a log off occurring simultaneously without my doing anything to invoke either.
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We're very sorry about this. We don't know whether it is the new server, the new version of the software, or a combination of both.
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No need to apologize. My issues are infrequent and non-catastrophic. I only reported in case the information helps.
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