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I was always using my Google Open ID account to get to stack overflow, but since I have to use 3rd party internet access and would prefer not to store google cookies on those machines.

I thought it would be a good idea to create stackoverflow registration and use that in less secure environments, in case cookie got stolen I would not get Google account compromised (no offence to stack).

I can complete registration, then get confirmation email, then confirm it. When I confirm registration I get to Registration successful page, but when I try to log in using stack option, I get this.

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I can go through registration process multiple times, get multiple confirmation emails.
One thing I am doing that might be 'out of ordinary' I am registering on chrome on laptop, but confirming on my phone.

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Have you tried creating an account directly on openid.stackexchange.com ? – m0sa Mar 28 '14 at 14:34
    
Could you paste it as answer, it worked. – Matas Vaitkevicius Mar 28 '14 at 15:29
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Try signing up on http://openid.stackexchange.com directly

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Worked like a charm. Thank you. – Matas Vaitkevicius Mar 28 '14 at 15:33
    
@LIUFA can you describe exactly what you did please? Did it work by signing up on your laptop and confirming on your mobile? – m0sa Mar 28 '14 at 15:35
    
Yes I registered using laptop, then confirmed email on my mobile. After that I was able to log in using stack exchange using laptop, what previously was producing screenshot above. – Matas Vaitkevicius Mar 28 '14 at 15:37

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