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Posted on 2002-06-20
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       Hello,
I have a problem, this problem is that everytime I log in, it says welcome Wize_ace. Wize_ace is my brother's account, Asad. He signed up before I did.
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That would be because he selected to save his login.  There is a Logout link to the left.  Do that and log in as yourself.  Just do not choose save ID.  You can get rid of it by clearing Tools-Options-Content-Autocomplete.
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Has the information from slink9 helped you or is more needed?  If more is needed, tell us more about your Operating System, Browser and version in use.  The more detail you provide us on your environment, the more quickly we can help you.

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