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#Kirk did not live long and prosper, for now. However #98L is likely undergoing TC Genesis and may succeed. Carolinas may want to watch.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 10 (Florence) , Major: 369 (Maria) Florida - Any: 379 (Irma) Major: 379 (Irma)
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Pres: 1007mb
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E at 3 mph
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Multiple simultaneous logins from different computers
      #91951 - Fri Aug 26 2011 06:54 PM

Something I'm running into is that if I login from my laptop or ipad and then return to my desktop, I am suddenly logged out on that computer. I don't know if there is anything you can do to allow persistent logins from multiple computers at the same time, but it would be nice to add.

--RC


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