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Hi there. Long time listener, first time caller. :)

I've set up my own OpenId server and I've been able to use my credentials to log into and associated sites, using Firefox.

Using Chrome though, I am unable to submit my credentials using the Log In button. It's like it doesn't have the submit code attached, so clicking it does nothing. Can't press Enter to submit either.

Anyone else experience this? I'm using Chrome 5.0.375.55 beta (extensions disabled) on Windows 7.

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FWIW, Chrome worked for me when I was using something close to that version and is working now with 6.0.408.1 dev on Ubuntu. – Gnome May 27 '10 at 3:25
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Fixed, but see

Suggestion: use type="text" on the openid URL input field


Suggestion: use type="url" on the openid URL input field

for hilarity.

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Wow, looks like fun! :) I've logged in successfully with Chrome now. Thanks for your help! – Mark Hewitt May 27 '10 at 11:52

The Stack Overflow Trilogy does not support beta versions of browsers (esp. Chrome) as a matter of policy. I suppose the Team's answer would be to ask you to use a released non-beta browser.

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Good point. I have installed 5.0.375.55 (not beta) and have the same issue. – Mark Hewitt May 27 '10 at 8:28

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