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With Chrome 5 browser I am not able to login. (*Using wordpress login.) Could it be a browser specific issue / or something related to implementation at the your end?.

Update: I am also seeing some alignment issues (Specifically comment answering button alignment) on Chrome 5.

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closed as too localized by Rosinante, jonsca, Toon Krijthe, Martijn Pieters, ChrisF Nov 15 '12 at 14:22

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with which openid? yahoo? – YOU May 14 '10 at 7:03
are you on a mac? Chrome 5 is currently broken due to bugs from what we're seeing. – Jeff Atwood May 14 '10 at 7:16
Re-opened, because the browser rtm'd and the issue still exists. – Joel Coehoorn May 26 '10 at 18:26
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We don't support beta browsers. Can you try with a released browser?

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I can confirm the login issue using Chrome 5 on OS X, and add some additional clarification.

Typically when I login to and SO sites I don't bother clicking any OpenID buttons. Instead I simply type in my OpenID and hit enter. Where Chrome 5 seems to be having issues is if I don't enter the preceding http://. If I enter the full OpenID URL it works as expected. If I leave off http:// nothing happens.

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I can confirm this – Lars Truijens May 17 '10 at 19:23

I can confirm that this is an issue with the RTM, released on 05.25.2010. The "http://" workaround mentioned by John Clayton does work, however.

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Just a bit more information - Google Chrome 5.0.375.55, Windows 7 Enterprise x64. – Joseph Ferris May 26 '10 at 18:58

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