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I want to edit my address on Careers 2.0, but when I click on save and go back to my profile, nothing have changed.

Does this happen to other people as well?

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Yep, fix on the way... – Matt Sherman Jul 5 '12 at 18:25
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This was a bug, and should be resolved. Please reload your profile and try it again?

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Things work again for me. :-) – Martijn Pieters Jul 6 '12 at 8:49
Same for me, thanks. – Nelson Daln Melina Jul 6 '12 at 8:54

Looks like you are right and are not alone. Currently, I am unable to edit hardly anything on Careers 2.0. Certainly not my email address.

Clicking on the edit link (the one than says "Edit your name, email, location and web site." as the tooltip next to the Gravatar image), has no effect, nothing happens. Forcing a cache reload didn't alleviate the problem. I tried this in Firefox 13, Chrome 20 and Safari 5.1.7, all on Mac OS X.

Many other edit links don't work either. Individual positions and education entries can be edited, but I cannot add new entries. I can edit the Stack Exchange account list, but not my background.

It looks like there is a general hickup on the Stack Exchange hosting environment today, as there was a different report about the Stack Exchange logo not showing for some:

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To edit your email address you should go to your profile and then click on my logins. There you can add another login, it being the email you want to use.

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it's my geographical address i try to modify :-) – Nelson Daln Melina Jul 5 '12 at 20:50

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