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I wanted to upvote an answer. I wasn't logged in. Clicked on "log in", got logged in automatically and then I was at the "Add OpenID" page. Seems like a minor bug as the site is not aware I am logged in.

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Which OpenID are you using? Is this a computer you've never logged into before? Which browser? – M. Tibbits Jul 17 '11 at 3:55
Yep, I see things like this all the time, the auto-login is kinda buggy. I've learned after I dismiss the notification to always hit the questions button to verify that I'm really logged in. – Lance Roberts Jul 17 '11 at 8:56

We can't reproduce this.

It is possible if your browser is inappropriately caching the not-logged in page, which would mean you ARE logged in, but the HTML displayed is from a previous load.

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