I did as you suggested and changed my password back to the original from the one you had assigned me. However, when I did it, a message came up asking me to confirm which user this password change was for. The two options it gave me were identical: AlanAldaClone.
To refresh your memory, I e-mailed you about logging in from my work computer just fine, but not being able to use the same login procedure on my home computer and you gave me the new password to try. That worked fine at home. I'm at work now and used this computer to change my password back to the original. I have a feeling you have some issues with posters who login on different computers using the same username and password.
Why would it ask me what user the password change was for, then give me two identical usernames to choose from? Have I changed my password back to the original for my work computer, but not for my home computer? Or am I going to have to use my original password at work and the one you assigned to me at home? As you can see, I'm very confused.
This should be corrected, if you still have problems, go ahead and email me the password you would like to have and I will research it more. I think you fell into a crack when I was getting the login fix put in place earlier. Let me know if you are able to reset your password and what issues you get when you try.
But be assured that the site will not allow people to change passwords or access anybody else's information. The passwords are encrypted and then scrambled so there is no chance of that.
A program isn't built on one player and it doesn't succeed because of one player, thus a program won't fail if it doesn't get that one player.
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