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Pretty much the same as before. Only the button moved to a new location. In the top bar, it is the right-most button, with the icon that looks like the SE logo. Clicking on it will open a menu which tells you which site you are on, and what are your communities, and what are the available sites. There you can choose to log out, again, as the right-most ...


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It's in the "StackExchange" drop down menu:


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You need to create a StackExchange OpenID account and associate it with your Math.SE account first. Do the following using an Internet connection that doesn't block Gmail (or whatever login method you currently use): Create a StackExchange OpenID account. You don't have to reuse an existing password here. In fact, it's better to use a new one. Go to Math.SE....


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To access your old account and/or merge it with your current (registered) one, you will have to contact the SE developers, since it will involve modifications to and searches in the database that is outside the powers of the community moderators. Please navigate to the bottom of this page and click on the contact us link, and: Explain that you would like ...


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Hit the community dropdown and then the inline logout link. Clicking Log Out will clear our cookies and log you out of Mathematics Stack Exchange on all devices. If you're on a shared computer, remember to log out of your Open ID provider (Facebook, Google, Stack Exchange, etc.) as well. Presumably if both of these steps happen, one can safely visit the ...


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This happened to me lately. The following worked for me (Windows 7, Firefox 35.0): Open menu -> Options -> Privacy In the section "History" select "Use custom settings for history," then click on "Show Cookies..." Look for cookies of StackExchange sites (e.g. math.stackexchange.com) then remove them. You might want to close Firefox and open it ...


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The SE team is now revising their login system to be better across the network. I experienced a similar issue a few days ago. This means that if you have more than one login over the network, used simultaneously, you won't be able to login on any of the sites (which was the problem I faced). To solve this, clear the cookie called "acct" from the ...


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This is an idea that might work [added: I decided to test it myself, it does not work]; I am not sure it actually works, yet you might want to try it. Create, say, a new gmail address or other new OpenID (that you do not use for anything). Add this as login option to your math.SE account. Remove the old login, that you also use for other things, from the ...


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I had exactly the same problem. What I did to solve it is to turn off Google smartlock on my android Phone and start the app over.


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Apparently, you have installed Website Logon Chrome extension. As far as I know, it is a legitimate extension, but it appears to either have a temporary malfunction, or to be incompatible with Stack Exchange logging in process. Suggestion: either disable the extension for this one site (if possible), or remove it altogether. Update, taken from comments: So,...


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