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  1. Where we have seen login problems ourselves, we've found that clearing the Stoxnet cookie helps - and we have been able to sign in each time after doing that. So if you have trouble signing in (your username and password not accepted, but you don't get an error message), you might need to delete the Stoxnet cookie from your computer before you can sign in again. We don't recommend that you delete all of your browser's cookies though - that's a bit excessive and it'd log you out of every website that you use, and you'd lose all of your preferences. Instead, if you use Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari or Microsoft's new Edge browser, you can delete just the Stoxnet cookies without harming any cookies belonging to other sites. Below are videos on what you'd need to do in each of those browsers: it's only half a dozen clicks. Chrome Click the three dots at the top right of your Chrome window Click Settings from the menu, then Advanced on the left and Privacy and security Click Site settings and then Cookies and site data Click See all cookies and site data and then type stoxnet into the Search cookies box at the top right Click Remove All Shown and then Clear all Close the Settings tab and visit forum.stoxnet.com/login again Clear Stoxnet Cookies - Chrome.mp4 Microsoft Edge (the new version only) Click the three dots at the top right of your Edge window Click Settings from the menu, then Site permissions on the left Click Cookies and site data at the top, then See all cookies and site data below it Type stoxnet into the Search cookies box at the top right Click Remove All Shown and then Clear Close the Settings tab and visit forum.stoxnet.com/login again Clear Stoxnet Cookies - New Edge.mp4 Firefox Click the 'burger button' three stripes at the top right of your Firefox window Click Options from the menu, then Privacy & Security on the left Scroll down to the Cookies and Site Data title and click Manage Data Type stoxnet into the box and click Remove all shown Click Save Changes and then Remove Close the Settings tab and visit forum.stoxnet.com/login again Clear Stoxnet Cookies - Firefox.mp4 Safari Click the Safari menu at the top of the screen and then click Preferences Click the Privacy tab of the settings window that opens Press Manage website data and then type stoxnet in the Search box at the top right Select the stoxnet.com row and click Remove (twice, if it doesn't die the first time) Click Done, then close the Settings window and visit forum.stoxnet.com/login again Clear Stoxnet Cookies - Safari Mac.mp4 Microsoft Edge (the original version) and Microsoft Internet Explorer You have our sympathies. Really, upgrade to at least the new Microsoft Edge, or ideally, Google Chrome. Otherwise you'll likely have to delete all cookies, and that's a bit harsh.
  2. Yes, though it isn't a button next to the Submit button anymore: it's in the toolbar (it is the icon that looks like "Print Preview")
  3. If you are having trouble logging into Stoxnet after our upgrade Where we have seen login problems ourselves, we've found that clearing the Stoxnet cookie helps - and we have been able to sign in each time after doing that. So if you have trouble signing in (your username and password not accepted, but you don't get an error message), you might need to delete the Stoxnet cookie from your computer before you can sign in again. We don't recommend that you delete all of your browser's cookies though - that's a bit excessive and it'd log you out of every website that you use, and you'd lose all of your preferences. Instead, if you use Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari or Microsoft's new Edge browser, you can delete just the Stoxnet cookies without harming any cookies belonging to other sites. Below are videos on what you'd need to do in each of those browsers: it's only half a dozen clicks. Chrome Click the three dots at the top right of your Chrome window Click Settings from the menu, then Advanced on the left and Privacy and security Click Site settings and then Cookies and site data Click See all cookies and site data and then type stoxnet into the Search cookies box at the top right Click Remove All Shown and then Clear all Close the Settings tab and visit forum.stoxnet.com/login again Clear Stoxnet Cookies - Chrome.mp4 Microsoft Edge (the new version only) Click the three dots at the top right of your Edge window Click Settings from the menu, then Site permissions on the left Click Cookies and site data at the top, then See all cookies and site data below it Type stoxnet into the Search cookies box at the top right Click Remove All Shown and then Clear Close the Settings tab and visit forum.stoxnet.com/login again Clear Stoxnet Cookies - New Edge.mp4 Firefox Click the 'burger button' three stripes at the top right of your Firefox window Click Options from the menu, then Privacy & Security on the left Scroll down to the Cookies and Site Data title and click Manage Data Type stoxnet into the box and click Remove all shown Click Save Changes and then Remove Close the Settings tab and visit forum.stoxnet.com/login again Clear Stoxnet Cookies - Firefox.mp4 Safari Click the Safari menu at the top of the screen and then click Preferences Click the Privacy tab of the settings window that opens Press Manage website data and then type stoxnet in the Search box at the top right Select the stoxnet.com row and click Remove (twice, if it doesn't die the first time) Click Done, then close the Settings window and visit forum.stoxnet.com/login again Clear Stoxnet Cookies - Safari Mac.mp4 Microsoft Edge (the original version) and Microsoft Internet Explorer You have our sympathies. Really, upgrade to at least the new Microsoft Edge, or ideally, Google Chrome. Otherwise you'll likely have to delete all cookies, and that's a bit harsh.
  4. Welcome back and thank you for your patience. As you can see, we have the forum back, and will get the galleries back soon. Unfortunately linking the two is proving to be every bit as difficult as we feared, rather than being as easy as we had hoped.
  5. If anyone can help Cameron but they aren't a member of Stoxnet, then send an email to admin@stoxnet.com and we'll forward it on to him.
  6. The winner of Personality Of The Year is MARK SARGENT Congratulations, Sarge!
  7. Stoxnet will not be available for some time due to a software upgrade.
  8. The nominations are Russell CooperMark SargentPaul HarrisonCalamity JaneVoting is on here, and also on Stoxnet's Facebook page, and Nige's Twitter. If you're not a member of Stoxnet and don't have a Facebook or Twitter account, you can email you votes to admin@stoxnet.com
  9. The nominations for Personality Of The Year 2019.
  10. The winners are Best Presented Team Team Harrhy 79% of the vote Best Presented Car 45 50% of the vote Best Drive 45 Nigel Harrhy, Heat 1, King's Lynn, 19th October 55% of the vote Best Blog Nigel Harrhy 58% of the vote Best Transporter Team Harrhy's truck and trailer combo 53% of the vote Best Overalls Nigel Harrhy 58% of the vote Best DJ at a meeting DJakey 66% of the vote Best Documentary on Clutch/Gearbox Disassembly Nigel Harrhy (45) 78% of the vote Best Photo Photo A (Team Harrhy line up) 55% of the vote Congratulations to all the winners!
  11. The season is now over and it's time for our members to vote in the 2019 Stoxnet Awards. The categories and nominations are as follows Best Presented Team Team HarrhyNige & Jake HarrhyTeam 45 & 345Best Presented Car45Nigel HarrhyNumber 45 (Nigel Harrhy)Best Drive45 Nigel Harrhy, Heat 1, King's Lynn, 19th OctoberNigel Harrhy's win in Heat 1 at King's Lynn in October.Nige's heat win at K.L.Best BlogNigel HarrhyNigeStoxnet - Nigel HBest TransporterTeam Harrhy's truck and trailer comboTeam Harrhy's trailer and truck comboTeam Harrhy's truck (without trailer)Best OverallsNigel Harrhy#45NigeBest DJDJakeyJake HarrhyJakeyBest Documentary on Clutch/Gearbox DisassemblyNigel Harrhy (45)Nigel HNige 45Best Photo Photo A Photo B Photo C Voting will close at the end of the month.
  12. Statement on behalf of BriSCA / BSCDA / ORCi & BMB On behalf of our sport, we join our community in being shocked, saddened and numbed following a tragic accident at Birmingham Wheels last night involving an esteemed friend, ambassador and huge and valued supporter of our sport. Sadly, Mr Colin North passed away yesterday evening, 16th November following a tragic accident. As you would understand, those directly involved are shocked and numbed. Today our thoughts and condolences are with Colin's family and very many friends within a wide range of communities, particularly oval racing and Speedway where, over many years, Colin, a gentleman in every sense of the word and a man of huge integrity was more than a valued sponsor, indeed a 'friend, patron and ambassador' for our sport. At this time it really is difficult for us to put into words our sadness at this tragic loss.. "We are co-operating fully with the Police and Health and Safety Executive who are investigating this tragic accident. Further information will be provided in due course but at this stage in the investigation it is inappropriate for us to comment further and we will not do so."
  13. Stoxnet

    Colin North

    We are shocked and saddened by the news that long time F1 fan and sponsor Colin North has passed away after a tragic accident at Birmingham last night. CCK
  14. Deleted a couple of things, and may delete a few more. Please, less of the handbag swinging and personal attacks/insults if you don't mind.
  15. There's possibly been a bit of a technical glitch with the membership process. All outstanding membership applications have been processed, so if you've appiied to join Stoxnet and not heard anything back, then please send an email to admin@stoxnet.com and we'll sort it out.
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