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This is on meta. On certain questions like Rename [screen] to [gnu-screen] I see the question but unable to put my preference or opinion on it as it says I'm logged into unix.stackexchange.com and stackexchange and elsewhere. I'm not even able to get a correct login page for the meta.unix.stackexchange.com site. Going to http://meta.unix.stackexchange.com is also unhelpful. I also tried registering in the hopes that something might be broken or dis-connected and maybe I had to re-register again but nothing. It dumps me right back to the homepage. I don't even get any questions for signing up.

Can somebody help.

Update - It is a HTTPS-Everywhere issue. After I take out the two HTTPS-Everywhere rules about stackexchange it works.

HTTPS Everywhere drop-down box with rules

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  • Got HTTPS-Everywhere by any chance? – Shadow Wizard Mar 4 '15 at 10:44
  • It would really help if you could add which browser and OS, including version you use, if you have any plugns enabled, if you have a direct connection or using VPN/TOR, if you are in a corperate network behind many proxies/firewalls, if the dev console shows any errors and verified that all that is mentioned in what else do I need does work. – rene Mar 4 '15 at 11:58
  • Browser Iceweasel - 36.0-1 OS - Debian Testing/Jessie. No VPN or TOR yet or network proxies or firewalls enabled. I am checking the link you shared. – shirish Mar 4 '15 at 15:09
  • I also opened up this because while it's part of the same issue, should have it's own question IMHO. meta.stackexchange.com/questions/250620/… – shirish Mar 4 '15 at 17:29
  • I also opened up this because while it's part of the same issue, should have it's own question IMHO. meta.stackexchange.com/questions/250620/… @ShadowWizard you got it nailed on the first attempt I guess, but there are others (like this cross-document messaging thing) which also needs to be documented and understood. – shirish Mar 4 '15 at 17:29

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