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One of my answers was migrated from SO to Super User. My new account was created automatically, I just logged in (confirmed the OpenID, etc.). But when I go to the "accounts" tab in my user page (here on SO but also on Super User!), I don't see my Super User account there! Where's the problem?

I also see 3 suspicious buttons below:

  • Copy XXX profile to all StackExchange accounts (XXX depends on site. I think this is not related to my problem)

  • Clear all Stack Exchange account associations (I suppose I dont want to do this!!)

  • Copy XXX login credentials to all .... (I also think this is not related)

Please give me advice what should I do to see my Super User account in the "accounts" tab.

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Looks fine to me from the Super User side... You have to give it a few minutes to sync your account associations. –  Cody Gray Aug 10 '11 at 9:02
    
@cody it displays "accounts are syncing, check back in {x} minutes" when you disassociate and reassociate now. X starts at 15. –  Jeff Atwood Aug 10 '11 at 9:03
    
@Cody Gray: nope, I see the superuser account neither in the Super User site accounts tab nor in the SO site accounts tab. And it's much more than 15 minutes... I think like 2 hours at least. –  Tomas Aug 10 '11 at 10:04
    
Now I have the very same problem with "Game development" StackExchange site for more than 3 days. –  Tomas Sep 15 '11 at 15:27
    
@tomas Kevin will look at this tomorrow, we can repro –  Jeff Atwood Sep 16 '11 at 6:37
    
@Jeff, it is very strange that some sites appear there immediatelly after creating account there, some other (like game dev or english language) won't appear for days. –  Tomas Sep 16 '11 at 9:05

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It somehow works now already.

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