# Huge qqTimer Update!

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#### Owen

##### Member
Bug: Reseting your times sets the scramble length back to the default.

#### timeless

##### Member
is it me or is qqtimer down?

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#### aronpm

##### Member
fyi, the sessions are basically for whenever you want to switch events for a little while, without losing your times. You shouldn't be saving hundreds of solves at a time, because you get cookie errors like this. You'll have to go into your browser settings and delete that cookie (or all cookies if you want but I don't recommend that)

#### Noahaha

##### blindmod
fyi, the sessions are basically for whenever you want to switch events for a little while, without losing your times. You shouldn't be saving hundreds of solves at a time, because you get cookie errors like this. You'll have to go into your browser settings and delete that cookie (or all cookies if you want but I don't recommend that)
Lol. I just go until I get that error, copy the data from the cookie somewhere else and start from scratch again.

#### TheMachanga

##### Member
I got that error once, now I reset a session once it gets to around 800-850.
I reset a session after every average of 5....unless it's good, then average of 12.

I guess that's why it never happens to me.

#### joey

##### Member
Could you add total time spent solving?
Open qqtimer.net, then copy and paste the following into the address bar:
Code:
javascript:var s=0;for(var i=0;i<times.length;++i){s+=times[i];};alert(pretty(s));

#### Cheese11

##### Member
This is what I get when I open the timer at school.

I sometimes get the message at home. Any help?

#### aronpm

##### Member
you're using IE aren't you

#### Julian

##### Member
Suggestion bump: session names. When I have sessions with similar times for different puzzles, it would help to be able to keep track of which is which.

#### ThomasJE

I'm trying to load up qqtimer.net, and it always comes up with this message:
Stop running this script?

A script on this page is causing Internet Explorer to run slowly. If it continues to run, your computer might become unresponsive.

[Yes] [No]
I always keep clicking 'No', but the message keeps coming up. What do I do? I'm only loading the page so I can save it, so cound someone else possibly give me somewhere I cound download the files?

#### MaeLSTRoM

##### Member
I'm trying to load up qqtimer.net, and it always comes up with this message:

I always keep clicking 'No', but the message keeps coming up. What do I do? I'm only loading the page so I can save it, so cound someone else possibly give me somewhere I cound download the files?
I'm not getting this problem, are you using the Newest version of IE (I know I am)

#### ben1996123

##### Banned
I'm trying to load up qqtimer.net, and it always comes up with this message:

I always keep clicking 'No', but the message keeps coming up. What do I do? I'm only loading the page so I can save it, so cound someone else possibly give me somewhere I cound download the files?
Try this.

#### BlueDevil

##### Member
I'm trying to load up qqtimer.net, and it always comes up with this message:

I always keep clicking 'No', but the message keeps coming up. What do I do? I'm only loading the page so I can save it, so cound someone else possibly give me somewhere I cound download the files?
try accessing it from here: http://mzrg.com/qqtimer/