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CMOS: New Good Synchronized Cubing Timer

CMOS

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On the first page you see after loading CMOS there is a button called "import times from other timers" below the total number of solves. Click that, select one of the two csTimer methods and then follow the instructions there. The imported times will appear on your account a few hours after you submitted them.
 

CMOS

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I think it has to do with the captialisation of your username. You logged in as absoruud when you got the error, but registered as absoRuud. Please try again using the correct username.
There seems to be a bug there still letting you log case-insensitive in but failing to read the data, as it is stored case-sensitive. I will fix it, but this should be enough to get CMOS working again for you.
 

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@AbsoRuud It is fixed now, which means you can't log in anymore, if you don't use the 100% correct username. This will prevent the situation, in which the timer did not load, from happening
 

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Thank you. I logged in and it's working!

I would like to note that when I signed up I typed my username "AbsoRuud" and the site automatically changed it to "absoRuud". So I am guessing you do something automatic that changes the capitalization of the username when registering. Perhaps there's a way to store the username in all lowercase and always convert any and all usernames typed in also to lowercase? That way it doesn't matter how you type it, it will always work. I used to do similar stuff in database programming.
 

CMOS

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@AbsoRuud
I changed it now so that login with any lowercase and uppercase letters is permitted. The username is still stored the exact way you enter it and will be displayed to you that way after logging in, not in lowercase.
 
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