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When I go to my Public CV, even when I'm currently signed into SO/C.SO, the blue bubble in the upper-right corner is asking me to sign in or join now. I know I don't need to do either but it's just sort of confusing/annoying.

Can we get the system to do a "is logged-in" check to determine whether those portions of the blue-bubble should be visible or not?

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Ah, you're referring to the public CV preview. We can probably mask that part for logged in users, but that is how 99.99% of the world will see your CV page, so it is accurate.. for the record. :)

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@Jeff: That would be a nice & simple tweak Jeff, thanks man. – KyleFarris Oct 29 '09 at 13:27
maybe you could just make it an image, not an actual link? like you say, it lets you see precisely what it will look like to 99.99% of the world... – Kip Oct 30 '09 at 15:51

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