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What can I do? This is a simple issue that can be quickly rectified by following the steps below: Go ahead and create a new account using whatever authentication service you were using previously. Make a note of the profile URL - you can get to the new profile by clicking on your user name at the top of the page. Keep this handy. Locate your original ...


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On the top bar, click on the StackExchange menu to get:


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It seems there are two users called passerby51, one who has been a memeber for 53 days, the other has been a memeber for 2.5 years, and has 6 questions and an answer. If both of these are you, request that the two accounts be merged. see How do I combine my two accounts?


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I haven't managed to reproduce the effect you're describing. I'm not computer-savvy either, but this is what I see when I go to MathOverflow in a window where the history doesn't show I'm already logged in (e.g., a private window). In the menu up at the top there's a Log In button, next to Sign Up. Here I'm using FireFox 60.0.2. (If I'm already logged in ...


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Right now (December 2018), the answer is: there is a striped "speech balloon" icon on the top right of the page, and clicking it will reveal a menu with a "log out" link. I imagine the answer to this question may continue to change over time, as Stack Exchange continues to redesign the user interface. The current answer can be found at this page: How to ...


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I merged your accounts, so you should be good to go. Thank you for your patience, and I apologize for the delay in getting this sorted out.


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You can just use the "click here to recover your account" link on the login page. You should then receive an email with a link to a form to set a new password. Afterwards you should be able to log in by choosing "log in with Stack Exchange".


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