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I was using Multer to send a file through Express. Using File directly or its stream failed, but using File's buffer worked.

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Remember GitHub authentication on Windows 10

@alexr00 Yes I found that a bit strange too, so I restarted and it appears to be remembering the authentication now.

I've been logging in every day for some time so I'm not sure what changed. Something I noticed is that I wasn't able to login through Accounts before (where Settings Sync is, image shown below). I would go through the Authorization process, but it would continue to show the 1 by Accounts. I would only be able to log in through the extension directly and it would only log in in one window. Now I can both log in through Accounts and logging in in one window updates all windows. Maybe this is because I'm using the Insider build of VS Code. Sorry to have bothered you with this.

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Remember GitHub authentication on Windows 10

I see that it is possible to remember the GitHub authentication on Linux (#2562). How would I do this on Windows?

There are no errors on the GitHub Authentication output, only info. It does state "Adding session found in keychain".

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Strange warning stating that export does not exist when it does

I'm also experiencing this issue specifically with @input() variables, where the #7378 (comment) workaround works, although linting flags this. It would be helpful to address this case.

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Remember GitHub authentication on Windows 10

Thank you for responding.

  • Every time I restart my PC
  • The same prompts from #2562. I could add some screenshots when I next restart if you'd prefer?
  • I'm launching from the Windows Start Menu
  • I'm using version v0.26.0 of GitHub Pull Requests and Issues
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Remember GitHub authentication on Windows 10

I see that it is possible to remember the GitHub authentication on Linux (#2562). How would I do this on Windows?

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Date: 2021-06-02T06:36:06.263Z
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