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Malcolmsp
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Joined: 13 May 2021
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Posted: Thu Mar 04, 2021 9:19 pm    Post subject: Re: Automatic Login

gregwapling wrote:

It seems the most successful way of staying logged in is to not log out. When you have finished, just close the window.
Then when you return, volia, you should be logged in.


I will try to bring what little kulcha I can to this forum

A viola is a flower or a musical instrument. The expression which means "behold!" is voila. It comes from a French expression literally meaning "look there!" In French it is spelled with a grave accent over the A, as voilą, but when it was adopted into English, it lost its accent. Such barbarous misspellings as "vwala" are even worse, caused by the reluctance of English speakers to believe that OI can represent the sound "wah," as it usually does in French.

I hope this has helped clear up at least half of this, please return to the discussion of volia, reubens and otherwise.

cya
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Joined: 11 Jun 2021
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Posted: Sat Mar 06, 2021 5:13 pm    Post subject: Re: Automatic Login

Malcolmsp wrote:
gregwapling wrote:

It seems the most successful way of staying logged in is to not log out. When you have finished, just close the window.
Then when you return, volia, you should be logged in.


I will try to bring what little kulcha I can to this forum

A viola is a flower or a musical instrument. The expression which means "behold!" is voila. It comes from a French expression literally meaning "look there!" In French it is spelled with a grave accent over the A, as voilą, but when it was adopted into English, it lost its accent. Such barbarous misspellings as "vwala" are even worse, caused by the reluctance of English speakers to believe that OI can represent the sound "wah," as it usually does in French.

I hope this has helped clear up at least half of this, please return to the discussion of volia, reubens and otherwise.

cya
Mal


Thank you Malcolm for bringing (and trying to lift the level of) "kulcha" at this cyber hangout. I, thankfully, have not been subjected to the "vwala" representation of the term. If I had, I stagger to think what kind of response it would elicit from me. I dare say it would not be pretty.

BTW, years ago a mate's band lost out on a record deal to Kulcha. Remember them?... didn't think so.
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