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  1. 05 Apr '12 01:35
    I don't want to change my password, just recover it so that I can use it in other browsers (like Firefox, Opera, Konqueror, etc.). Possible?
  2. 05 Apr '12 01:57
    You have forgotten your password? At sign-in enter your e-mail address and click "sign in". The next screen will have a link "forgot your password?". How did you log on to post the above message?
  3. Standard member RevRSleeker
    CerebrallyChallenged
    05 Apr '12 10:04
    Originally posted by MontyMoose
    You have forgotten your password? At sign-in enter your e-mail address and click "sign in". The next screen will have a link "forgot your password?". How did you log on to post the above message?
    Saved I imagine...until people need their password elsewhere it's a good tool lol...
  4. 05 Apr '12 20:34
    Originally posted by RevRSleeker
    Saved I imagine...
    Oh, I see. In that case the OP should use "send feedback" at the bottom of every page and ask for the admin's help.
  5. Standard member RevRSleeker
    CerebrallyChallenged
    06 Apr '12 01:37
    Originally posted by MontyMoose
    Oh, I see. In that case the OP should use "send feedback" at the bottom of every page and ask for the admin's help.
    BUT, and here's the punchline for the poor chap...'password reminders are no longer supported'.

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    So, there's a moral to the tale in here somewhere... 'perhaps' it's always best to keep those passwords as simple and as MEMORABLE as possible
  6. Donation mwmiller
    RHP Member No. 16
    06 Apr '12 03:30
    With firefox, I can go to Tools/Options/Security/Passwords, and once there I can see a list of my actual saved passwords for various websites, such as RHP.

    I don't know if other browsers have this option.
  7. Subscriber C J Horse
    A stable personality
    06 Apr '12 12:10
    Originally posted by RevRSleeker
    BUT, and here's the punchline for the poor chap...'password reminders are no longer supported'.
    Reminders are not supported, but you still have the option of having your password reset, following Moose's earlier advice. You can subsequently change it to something memorable.