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The "Remember Me" function doesn't work.

I don't have an issue with Chrome asking me if I want to save passwords or anything like that. It remembers and fills in my log in names and passwords on all the sites I want it to. My issue is that even when I click on the "remember me" or "keep me logged in" or similar buttons, it doesn't work. I'll open Chrome and have to click login on all of my websites. Then sometimes it will clear my password box and I'll have to type it in anyway. This is a bit of an inconvenience and really makes extensions for things such as facebook, gmail, reader, and everything else that requires me to login pointless. Help?
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Operating System: Windows XP
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The same thing is happening to me!! Even the Google sites keep asking me for my password, and also Facebook. And when I'm using Google-based websites, I have to log in to every single one of them- it used to be that if I logged into one Google site, I'd be logged into all of them.
This only started happening when I upgraded to the latest version of Chrome yesterday.
I have to say, this is VERY annoying and needs to be fixed a.s.a.p.
My Google Chrome version will remember the gmail login, but no other sites. It must be a cookie thing, with google cookies being treated differently than other sites, which sounds slightly scary, right?
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Stefan vd
Try to use the latest (stable) Google Chrome version.
I have the newest version of Chrome ( and I encounter exactly the same problem. Every time I open the browser I have to login again to all the websites (even the ones with "remeber me" option selected).
Tried both those workarounds and no good. Still looking for a solution. Chrome v. 12.0.742.122
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