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Shades of Blue
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Join Date: Sep 2006
Location: Newport, Rhode Island
 
2007-10-28, 21:39

Since I've installed Leopard (upgrade, not clean install), the .Mac preference pane won't seem to remember my information. When I log in, it shows all of my stats (like how much space I have left, how many days left on my account, etc.) and everything seems to be fine. I can switch between the various tabs in the .Mac pane, and I can leave the .Mac pane and come back, and it still remembers. But if I close the System Preferences app completely, and then go back in, the information is gone. It's asking me to enter my username and password again.

I'm still logged into my iDisk (and it's mounted), so I'm not sure exactly what's happening. Does the preference panel always make you log in just to be safe, even when it does know who you are? (That doesn't seem like the likely case, since it's also asking me if I want to sign up for a 60-day trial.) Or do I have something messed up that's not letting it save?
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