"Mailing list" pop-up

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    "Mailing list" pop-up

    It's really getting annoying...
    It always appear when I come on this website, and if there's no way of getting rid of it I don't think I'll be coming over much...

    Help?

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    I don't get anything like this. Can you post a screenshot of what you're talking about?
    bit∙hub [bit-huhb] n. A source and destination for information.

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    Will post one after work.

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    If there is no alternative just sign up with a mailinator address.

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    Yeah I've never gotten anything like that, regardless of whether or not I'm signed in. Are you sure it's coming from this site?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sean View Post
    Yeah I've never gotten anything like that, regardless of whether or not I'm signed in. Are you sure it's coming from this site?
    I've got it several times. Pretty sure it's coming from this site.
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    Maybe you need to visit the root cprogramming.com to see it. My bookmarks point directly at the forums, so I never see that page.
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    Hey! How come I'm not invited on the mailing list! You guys are always trying to leave me out!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bithub View Post
    Maybe you need to visit the root cprogramming.com to see it. My bookmarks point directly at the forums, so I never see that page.
    I get it on the forums sometimes, only when I'm not logged in.

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    I only get it when I go to the main page. Does not happen if you link directly to the forums.

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    Press gang

    I was getting it too for a while, i signed up and am well pleased cos the mails are ace for someone of my current level, i continued to get the prompt even after signing up tho but they stopped some time ago, anyhow its easy to just navigate past them

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