So I would do a few things. First uncheck the box, flush your internet cache, shut down all open windows of that browser. Open a new instance of that browser. Check for updates if your browser does not automatically due so every time it is loaded. Once updated login Team Camaro. Leave the box unchecked. If your browser asks to save the password click to do so later. Now click the remember me box. LOGOUT of TC. Close browser. Open browser. go to Team Camaro. It should pre populate your login name and password. Click login. Now if you care to you can let your browser also save your current password.
OK, can't actually do what your paragraph indicates fully...once signed in, there is no box to uncheck...but 'logged out', the check box is there. So, logged out, flushed, shut down all open windows, opened new instance and checked for updates, logged in, and left the REMEMBER ME box unchecked...browser DID NOT ask to save password at this point...again, there is no 'REMEMBER ME' check box after logged in so I can't click it. Logging out of T.C. now to finish...to be continued.
10:09 PM. The loggin appears is be fine at the moment, time will tell. What got me to post originally a few weeks ago is still an issue though. On the left of the page, all the icons from top to bottom are grayed out, but clearly there are comments that have not been read yet indicated under the LAST POST column. When I click to read those comments, go to that page, even those icons appear that they were read and weren't. As patient as I am, this really is more of a nuisance...refreshing is a joke at this point. This is only part of the issue. When I leave the site, and shut down the computer, and come back at any time from 1/2 hour to all day, those icons will indicate there is something to read and when I click on whatever, it's already read...weird stuff. Never seen anything like it.
Anyway, I've been just pointing and click and let it do it's own thing after I've finished and wait to see what happens the next time I come back.
And the edit thing, is that changed now to edit whenever we want? I certainly can at any time.