Fixed Password Bug in Registration Process

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Old 04-23-2019
Fixed Password Bug in Registration Process

Today I found out that many new user registrations were having trouble logging in.

I spend about three hours debugging this, and I think I fixed the problem.

If anyone registers and has trouble logging in please contact me on Live Chat.

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Old 04-23-2019
I forgot to method, the reason I found the bug was a new registered user contacted us our new Live Chat page today and mentioned they could not login after they registered.

I was online at the time and was able to sort the problem with the new member; and at the same time, saw there was a system bug.

The new Live Chat system, even though we are only testing it, has already helped a number of new users and also me.
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