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I usually access forums using a bookmark that includes the memory of my having logged in. Just occasionally, the site asks me to log in again - fair enough, even though that usually seems to involve me in having to ask for a new password and then re-setting it.

The oddity is that when I log in with the reset password, the site just hangs on the page "login_catch.html" - it just shows blank. To get anywhere, I have to open a new page (if I've reset the password to what it was before, the old bookmark now works again).

It happens in both Firefox and Chrome. It can't be to do with my computer's caching, since it would either recognise the initial bookmark all the time, or wouldn't do so once I've reset the original password.

It's not a major issue, but it's happened a couple of times in the last week.

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