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When I check my user page on and then click on my logins, it does show all OpenID logins, but without any icon or the Remove (X) button.

Screenshot of

On any other SE site however, the logins are displayed as well as the Remove (X) button. Here's an example from Super User:

Screenshot from Super User

Is this "by design" or a bug?

EDIT: No difference in Firefox 14.0.1, Chrome 21.0 and Internet Explorer 9.0.

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reproduced in chrome. Doubt it's intentional – Ben Brocka Aug 4 '12 at 19:07
@Ben Brocka: Woops, forgot to mention the browsers. Thanks! – Tex Hex Aug 4 '12 at 19:22
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This is for now for technical reasons. isn't really a part of the network so it doesn't have access to remove credentials directly. You can edit your credentials on any network site.

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