I have the same problem after the merge with Firefox.I have no tabs (user name, settings, etc.) in Chrome after the merge. I can see them using Internet Explorer but there's nothing on the top in Chrome. Is there a fix for that already?
I have no tabs (user name, settings, etc.) in Chrome after the merge. I can see them using Internet Explorer but there's nothing on the top in Chrome. Is there a fix for that already?
Try a forced page refresh - Ctrl-F5.Exactly. Well, I guess it'll get fixed soon.
I'll be putting all my mine on an external HD as soon as I get my new PC. It's one of the reasons they went DRM in the first place, so you don't have to rely on anything online to access your games. And I'm not going to think of merging until they get everything ironed out on both sites.I'm just after downloading most of my GOG library and moving them all onto USB drives just in case somethings goes wrong with the merger. I know I'm probably panicking unnecessarily, but I've done it just to be safe.
The simple explanation - some of the stuff on a website page is stored on your own PC (cached) to save your browser the effort of re-downloading every time you visit the site. Sometimes, if the website is changed, that gets fucked up. Ctrl-F5 forces the browser to go and get the latest version.I'm not sure how, but it worked, thanks!
I tell my clients regarding their customers data security that its "Personal Data" so treat it at all times as if it is the Person, and you their Guardian.I'm accepting...and yet I think I'm about to lose two good friends to this merge anyway. Two that I know of anyway, so this is a very sad day for me.
So will I lose you in the merge as well my friend?I tell my clients regarding their customers data security that its "Personal Data" so treat it at all times as if it is the Person, and you their Guardian.
OK... I try to tell them... very rarely anyone really listens... I understand people not liking this, I don;t like mixing social & critical data myself, too many connections.
And what happens if we change the GOG email to match the one we use here on the forums?If the email you are using here doesn't match your GOG.com account one, there will be a new account created on GOG. We suggest changing your email on our forums so it matches the one from GOG.com. This way, the procedure will be painless and the only thing that may get affected, will be your username, which later can be changed via GOG's support.
Yeees! Just the answer I was hoping for! Heh, I feel this post is somewhat directed to me given my recent questions.Guys, I have an update regarding your names. If your name here contains some special characters (including spaces) it will be moved to GOG.com the way it is here. Meaning that if you don't have an account on GOG.com or have one but linked with a different email account, The one created on GOG.com will have the same name you have here.