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6 hours ago, bhunted said:

Still cannot log in with Tapa... Says Log In Failed, You are not logged in or you do not have permission to do this action.

Ugh.

 

When did you try logging in?

Tapatalk is working and has been as of a few days ago.

Overnight went through a MAJOR move, including an ip change, so tapatalk might of been slow to respond?  In any case, we had an announcement on it a bit ago. =)

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51 minutes ago, bhunted said:

Opps, another bug. Cant get into first amendment lounge. Doesn't ask for password. Just says something like to tell the admin there is a prob.


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On tapatalk? on here? 

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Still cannot log in with Tapa... Says Log In Failed, You are not logged in or you do not have permission to do this action.

Ugh.

 

Working fine for me on android phone.

 

Didn't realize there was another page.

 

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On tapatalk? on here? 


Yes, the lounge area though. If I click new unread messages and a 1st Amend is one, I click it and says there is a prob where I'd think it would want a password.

Also, Tapa on my ipad is fubar but iphone seems ok except for lounge. Going to experiment with ipad. On iphone here now.


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35 minutes ago, bhunted said:

 


Yes, the lounge area though. If I click new unread messages and a 1st Amend is one, I click it and says there is a prob where I'd think it would want a password.

Also, Tapa on my ipad is fubar but iphone seems ok except for lounge. Going to experiment with ipad. On iphone here now.


Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

 

That is a tapatalk issue and not sure how to have resolved, that would be an app issue on their end.  Open up a support ticket with them.

Maybe related in some way to the tapatalk wide issue they were having?  Have yet to see what that was all about.

 

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