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Q: Does being inactive for several days affect my ability to use the site the next time I log in?

I haven't been on eChinacities in several days and when Iogged on today the site doesn't let me do anything.  My name is Paul G. Pace.  My username is Harbiggy and my e-mail address is happyveryhappy123@gmail.com

 

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7 years 32 weeks ago in  Web & Technology - Shenzhen

 
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winkIt shouldn't affect your login at all unless you've been naughty and admin decides to ban you. The last couple of days the forum was blocked or something but it's okay now. I'd skip the email addy if I were you. Have fun and be nice.

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I've been inactive for months, and others have been inactive for years. Nevertheless, we've returned.

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If you've been banned, you can't come back. Have you been banned?

 

And this site has been lagging horribly lately.

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The real question is are you happy, very happy?

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It's likely a bad idea to post you email address here. I'd create a new Google account if I was you. Maybe create a new account for this site to.

Inactivity shouldn't matter, but your browser will only automatically sign in for a certain number of days, after that you need to actively sign in when visiting the site again. 

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You posted a question.

So the site let you do something ?

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what is your password ? lol

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7 years 29 weeks ago
 
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Use the site? I'd be more worried about getting arrested.

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