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The Javascript that sets the username links apparently doesn't work in Konqueror, so there's no indication on-screen whether you're logged in or not. --Evan 18:46, 18 Nov 2004 (EST)

Is this still true? --Evan 13:07, 3 Dec 2005 (EST)

I am having difficulties with konq too. For instance, I was just editing some pages on Munich, and while the top panel did show me as logged in (it showed 'Bulliver' and 'log out') the edits showed up as my IP. Also, the 'remember me' link on the login page has no effect. If I open a new Wikitravel page using 'open in new window' I stay logged in, but if I open a completely new window and navigate here, I need to log in again even if I still have another konq window open to Wikitravel. I think konq may prefer Chocolate chip to Wikitravel cookies... -- bulliver 03:55, 2 March 2006 (EST)

It more or less works for me using Konq 3.5.1. I does show me as logged in even though I am not when I switch between home and work. However since the first thing I hit is recent changes I can always tell anyhow. -- Mark 03:59, 2 March 2006 (EST)
Yes, I am also using 3.5.1. Seems to me Konqueror's JavaScript interpreter has always been somewhat flaky. -- bulliver 04:31, 2 March 2006 (EST)
Check that: I've just tested with Konq, Firefox and Epiphany and all three have 'My Page' at the top of the main page, but show 'Bulliver' once I've clicked it. Is this the intended behavior? -- bulliver 04:36, 2 March 2006 (EST)

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