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Not able to log in on certain sites using Opera or Chrome

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I  have windows 10 and have been using the Opera browser since 2009.

All of a sudden there are two sites that I cannot log into using Opera now Chrome which I tried.

One I get this when I try to log it...you were unable to login, Please check your cookie settings

The other site is Photobucket which keeps saying it doesn't recognize my password.


All other sites, including outlook and facebook and gmail are fine.


If I switch to Microsoft edge browser, I can log into both of these.


I'm using Opera 43

I really miss not being able to do every thing on one browser and Opera with is wonderful favorites ability and speed has always been my favorite.


I have run a virus scan, avast and Malware bytes and both have found nothing.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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You may need to enable cookies on Opera.

Instructions can be found here: https://www.timeandd...okiesopera.html


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That is a screen shot for Opera 10, an older version, somehow I have version 43???

Mine looks like this


I go to settings and find cookies


These are my settings and the two sites I keep having trouble with I have added to be allowed



I'm trying to figure out how they went from version 10 to 42 and 43?

Maybe I should search for a 10 download?


Thanks for responding and maybe you can help me more?

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