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Suppose I currently browse the following:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/"tag1" or "tag2" or "tag3"...

To get the list of questions for these tags. If I browse to this url and I was not logged in, then if I clicked the login button to login in, after I logged in, it redirects me to:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/tag1tag2tag3...

And it gives me a list of questions tagged with the following tag [tag1tag2tag3...]

For example, before log in:

Before I logged In

After I logged in:

After I logged in

I know it is not a big issue for me, but I thought I should report that. So my questions are:

  • Is this a bug?
  • Suppose that this happened because of the use of the or to get what I want, What is the correct way to do this?
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Sounds like a bug to me.. – Martijn Pieters Sep 21 '12 at 8:44
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up vote 2 down vote accepted

I think this bug has been resolved now. I tried the following steps:

  1. Opened the following link in a new incognito window of Chrome (because I was logged-in in normal window)
    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/mysql+or+sql+or+sql-server+or+sql-server-2008+or+sqlite
  2. Then clicked on Log in and logged-in with my Gmail account.
  3. And it redirected me on http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/mysql%2bor%2bsql%2bor%2bsql-server%2bor%2bsql-server-2008%2bor%2bsqlite (here %2b is used instead of +)

Before Login

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After Login

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Yes, it is now resolved too in Mozilla Firefox, thanks – Mahmoud Gamal Apr 24 '13 at 6:58

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