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    adding newer friends wont save after log in


    otomok
    • Status: Open Priority: Normal

    so if i add someone on xat then re-log in it completely deletes that person i added... this started some time ago and i dont know how to fix this...  ive tried reset the flash memory logged onto other browsers and any other kind of trick to fix this tried this on three computers too so i know its not me but something on xats end... using html5 works but  you cant see users logged in via the grid option you cant see where your friend is (not counting those with no follow) you cant view someones profile either i dont know what to do... i liked the flash version but  so far nothing is resolving this issue


    Steps to reproduce bug: step 1 long in
    step 2 add a friend
    step 3 log out then relog back in
    result my friends that i recently add are gone
    ive tried all tricks known to solve this... tried this on 3 computers too, its clearly not me its a issue with xat!
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    Try to reproduce this by following these steps:

     

    1) Close all xat windows

    2) Open a xat chat

    3) Add your friend

    4) Relogin and connect on a xat

     

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    tried firefox opera chrome ie edge 

    the fact that i tried this on 3 different computers should mean its on xats end

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    Are you using an account?


    Are you using the browser in normal mode and not incognito mode?

     

    How are you adding your friend ? User dialog or through the /f command ?

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    @SlOom @otomok I believe this is an issue because caching time varies. I've heard it varies due to browser option, website's server speed, computer or internet speed, among other stuff similar to this. Please correct me if I'm wrong. I also had the same issue. Logging in immediately after adding a friend on Flash client probably will automatically remove them because they're not cached properly, if at all. Waiting 5-10 minutes before logging back in could fix the issue. It has worked for me before. This also might fix recent name changes.

     

    There is also a bit of trouble when adding a friend on either Flash or HTML5 client. This is because the two don't sync correctly. Again, correct me if I'm wrong. I have no solution to this.

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