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@prologic Visiting the login page would give you something like this:

```
Username: _<focused field>____
Password: ____________________
[x] Remember me (Enabling this feature will keep
you logged in, even after closing your browser.
Do not active this setting on shared devices.)
[Login]
```

The "remember me" checkbox could be already activated by default. This would benefit people like @bender.

An alternative would be to make the session lifetime configurable in the user profile. So bender would then set this to forty-two years. :-) Definitely something for power users who know what they're doing. More dangerous for the average Joe, though.
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