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Sometimes you need to clear your browser’s cache in order to login to a site. This happens sometimes during upgrades or site changes and is a part of life on the Internet.

Safari:

  • In the Safari app, click Safari and Preferences
  • Click the Privacy tab
  • Click the Manage Web Site Data button
  • A new window will open and you will see a list of websites that stored data.
  • Find the affected site (again this was archive.org for me), you can use the Search field to find easily.
  • Select the domain
  • And click the Remove button
  • And click done.

Google Chrome:

  1. Start by bringing up the Clear Browsing Data window:

2. Next, choose to clear your Cached images and files:

That should do it. I’d suggest restarting Chrome, then try to login at https://jazzedge.com/login.

If you are still having trouble, you might need to clear both the cache and cookies:

Or try this trick…

  1. Login using a different browser (For example, if you normally use Chrome to access Jazzedge, then try Safari or Firefox)
  2. If you get in fine on a different browser, then you know it is a cache issue with Chrome.
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JPC glossary / key

  • RH – right hand
  • LH – left hand
  • HT – hands together
  • CM – contrary motion (to move in opposite directions)
  • Harmonically – to play as chords (all notes together at once)
  • Melodically – to play as a melody (single note) – arpeggiate
  • R7, R3, R37 – chord shells (Root-7th, Root-3rd, Root-3rd-7th respectively)
  • bpm – beats per minute. Refers to the metronome setting