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I've made this because I'm a regular 15x7 mobile user, and I can't log in to the mobile version of Stack Overflow.

I don't see any log in buttons: log in with Facebook, log in with Google, log in with Yahoo, etc. Except login with open ID

Once I spent 5 hours searching for a solution to this problem. At last, I found that it's just that Stack Overflow doesn't show a log in button in mobile version.

So I've just stolen the log in action URL and made a button which is now visible from any mobile browser.

Is that wrong ?


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Strange that you don't see any of the OpenID login buttons. Maybe this would be better as a bug report instead? – Makoto Nov 17 '12 at 5:32
Yes sure, for you guys its strange, because you dont know how stackoverflow looks like from a mobile browser, "operamini". Have you ever used operamini browser ? – Ashish Gupta Nov 17 '12 at 8:22
Opera mini isn't supported. (and honestly, it's not a "proper" browser - more like thin client wrapper where everything is handled by Opera's servers) – Sathya Nov 17 '12 at 9:38

I don't see any copyright infringement here. It's just links (deep links but still just links).

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