One for the tech guys/gals I think....
Is it me, or is anyone else getting the now annoying Cookie Preferences box?
It has become extremely annoying, because for some reason, it will not go once I've made my selection, to make it worse, it appears each time I open a new thread!
Can someone please sort it out, it never used to be an issue, it is something that has happened over the last couple of weeks or so. I've made my choices and I see no reason why I should have to remake the same choices each time I visit a page....
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Guys, this is happening with all browsers, Chrome, Edge, Firefox & Safari!
Can you show us a screen shot of what you see when you try to start a new thread.
PS I doubt you'll get any response from the RSPB tech people. I don't think they monitor this community forum.
In reply to Robbo:
Robbo said:I get it too, Mike. I get it because I clear cache & cookies routinely for security reasons. Presumably you do too?
It sounds like Mike is getting it on every page he opens Robbo were it should only happen once.
A screen shot of the message.
I've read the link, it seems someone may have changed the settings, I've always blocked cookies, since year dot, and see no reason to change. It never has been an issue before, even when GDPR became law.
In reply to Mike B:
Michael B said:
, I've always blocked cookies, since year dot, and see no reason to change.
That will be the reason. Only solution is to accept all, then clear cookies (by setting on browsers or manually).
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