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So one day I was having trouble logging in. I gave up and was given a new password with about a thousand digits. Now my computer keeps knocking me off line and I have to log in several times a day. It would be so much easier if I had a password I could remember.

I had thought about just registering again with an ever so slightly different name but I didn't know if that was kosher or would even work.

EVENTUALLY I will replace this ancient, balky computer. But for now...

Thanks.

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you should be able to change your password back to something easy to remember like "Karen is great!"

In the upper right corner, there's a long box with your name. Click it and then "My Settings" then "change password"

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Thanks. Karen IS great (although that is not the password I chose.) :lol:

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you should be able to change your password back to something easy to remember like "Karen is great!"

I would suggest something simple to remember like "cornmeal", but Barty can't have corn, so that's out.

Do not choose something easy like your cat's name, Barty!!----cats and dogs always know we use their names for passwords--- and she will just get on here and cause all kinds of havoc.

( Hoping humor will help you recover from your recent glutening. I know it's helping me get over mine. )

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I would never use something like, "Get out of my way you pesky tripping hazzard who will be the death of us both when you trip me and break my neck so that I fall on you and squash you flat!" It's all true, but too long to use as a password. :P

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I would never use something like, "Get out of my way you pesky tripping hazzard who will be the death of us both when you trip me and break my neck so that I fall on you and squash you flat!" It's all true, but too long to use as a password. :P

"GOOMWYPTHWWBTDOUBWYTMABMNSTIFOYASYF"

naw, even that seems cumbersome

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