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If user is logged in with one account and logs out, if it tries to log back in with another account it can't because the page logs him back immedetly with the old account info, before actually selecting an OpenID/OAuth provider.

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Out of curiosity, what is the use-case here where you have multiple accounts? – Marc Gravell Sep 13 '10 at 5:18
When using one real name, perhaps you want to sometimes ask/answer/be nasty/be nice w/o revealing your life moniker... – Remus Rusanu Sep 13 '10 at 5:41

One way to do this, is to use Log Out Everywhere -- click log out, then click the Log Out Everywhere button

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Ty. I say the self-login script should give a few seconds, just in case the user does click on a provider... – Remus Rusanu Sep 13 '10 at 5:46
@remus realistically if you must do this, you should use two different browsers, one for each "identity" .. it'll be much easier. – Jeff Atwood Sep 13 '10 at 5:55

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