I too have been suffering for some time from the problem of the time limits in the security settings not being honoured and having to re-login every time I closed the browser. I just noticed that now these two options have been updated, and the time limit on the first option under security is now gone. So now you can have it logout when you close the browser, or not, no time limit, or you can have it logout after so many minutes "idle". What I want, and what it always used to do, is to have a time limit on the browser close, so that if I come back within a couple of hours and open a new browser, I don't have to login again, but if I leave it for longer, I do have to login. But now, when I turn off the first option, the second "idle" timer might trigger if the browser is open and dormant, but it doesn't if I close the browser. This morning I fired up Chrome and I was still logged in from yesterday despite having a timer of 240 minutes on the second option. Bottom line, why has the first timer been removed? Is this just a bodge work around for a bug that couldn't be fixed? Lastpass is supposed to be a help, now it is either a pain (having to login every time I restart the browser), or a potential security risk (not being logged out after a set period).