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I can't get it to work, even though it's listed in StackAuth.

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it's the nature of the internet and all that advertised resources may not be available and that questions about such occurrences be closed as noise and then deleted, dontcha know? (p.s. I would link to a detailed post explaining the problem and a common-sense solution but it was unilaterally deleted. sorry) –  Sky Sanders Jul 9 '10 at 0:34
    
So are you saying we shouldn't point out when something's not working? –  Nathan Osman Jul 9 '10 at 0:47
    
@George - I believe he's saying the correct way to report a bug is to condescend to the dev team and post advice that doesn't solve the problem. And also not accept any answers so Community bumps it and makes it look like a current problem. –  Kevin Montrose Jul 9 '10 at 0:49
    
@Kevin: Whoops. Well, I accepted it now. No harm done. –  Nathan Osman Jul 9 '10 at 0:51
    
@George - of course not, you have to leave an answer unaccepted for a day or so before the bumping thing kicks in. –  Kevin Montrose Jul 9 '10 at 1:02
    
@kevin, when rational intercourse fails, as may happen when a valid concern is closed as noise without comment, condescension might be the result of frustration. I am guilty and so are you. What say let's quit it? not accepting was oversight, not intentional. –  Sky Sanders Jul 9 '10 at 1:08
    
@kevin, let me amend that, there was eventually a comment that did not, in my opinion, address the issue or provide any substantive information. By that time I was already frustrated and in the vacuum of information I was left to present possible solutions. –  Sky Sanders Jul 9 '10 at 1:18

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This has been fixed.

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