Jason K. Chapman
Jun 18, 2012, 12:58 PM
Post #47 of 48
With the versions of Safari I've tested (Windows: 5.1.7, OS X: 5.1.3), it's not really logging you out, it's just showing an old copy of the page that it stored when you were logged out. Unfortunately, by doing this it's violating Web standards, since the pages are properly tagged "no cache". It effects the rest of the site, as well, not just the Speakeasy (not to mention a huge portion of the Web).
Clicking "reload" should force it to show the page as it really is, reflecting your current logged in/logged out state and the read/unread status of the posts. It's not a great solution, but until Safari gets fixed it's the only one I have.