Not sure if we can do anything about this, but: with the normal wiki process it goes article - edit window - save. It's really easy to tell if you get coincidentally logged-out as you're trying to edit, because they're all different pages and so the interface changes.
With Flow, article and edit window are the same page; you can get logged-out while reading and leave a comment without the interface warning you. I'm not sure if there's anything we can do about that, but is there any way we could display a warning? The alternative is a potential increase to OS work of unknown amount.
1. Log in in a browser
2. Go to another browser (or open a different tab) - and log in with the same user credentials.
3. Now log out of one of the browsers (or tabs).
4. A user won't get a warning that IP will be recorded
a) The following actions do not provide any feedback to a user that IP will be recorded except in 'View history'
- editing Board description
- editing title
b) Attempting to 'Thank' will display 'Thank action' failed'.
c) Other actions - Reply, Edit the topic summary, editing posts - will display user's IP only upon Save.
- Notifications will display proper warning to remind a user to log in
- Creating a new topic triggers the blue-colored warning