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    1. Keep me logged in?

      I don't remember a 'keep me logged in' checkbox when I first logged into Tildes. Also, I don't remember if I've ever logged out of Tildes. From the perspective of an everyday user (i.e. someone...

      I don't remember a 'keep me logged in' checkbox when I first logged into Tildes.

      Also, I don't remember if I've ever logged out of Tildes.

      From the perspective of an everyday user (i.e. someone that has no idea about the technical aspects):

      • Why aren't Tildes users given an option?
      • Why isn't this disclosed to the non-technical user?
      • Is this safe when we consider privacy and security?
      • Are there other considerations that an everyday user should think about?
      3 votes
    2. Premature session cookie expiration?

      I've noticed that, even when I choose the "Keep me logged in" option, I usually have to re-log in to Tildes at least once or twice per day. Under what circumstances might the session cookie expire...

      I've noticed that, even when I choose the "Keep me logged in" option, I usually have to re-log in to Tildes at least once or twice per day. Under what circumstances might the session cookie expire on such a short time scale? I can see that the Max-Age is set to one year, so I'm not sure what might be causing that.

      Has anyone else encountered this issue? It's entirely possible that some of my add-ons are interfering (although I don't see how), which is the reason I ask.

      I have to pull up my Tildes password and my TOTP generator in each case, which is just enough pain to encourage me to navigate to another tab instead.

      4 votes
    3. Error when logging in using a password manager

      I'm using Safari 12.0.2 on macOS 10.14.2 (Mojave). The same issue also occurs on iOS 12.1.2 (using Safari). When using 1Password to autofill with the browser extension on macOS or the "autofill"...

      I'm using Safari 12.0.2 on macOS 10.14.2 (Mojave). The same issue also occurs on iOS 12.1.2 (using Safari).

      When using 1Password to autofill with the browser extension on macOS or the "autofill" feature on iOS an error message pops up: username: String does not match expected pattern.

      I have to either use the browser supplied autofill on macOS or manually copy/paste username and password into the corresponding fields. On iOS there's an autofill API which I have set to use 1Password in the browser, also causing the error

      Edit: Video of the issue

      9 votes