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9/9/13
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st paddy

You have logged out from another location. Do you want to log in again?

This is a new one on me. logged in to my igoogle page ok. I am trying to open my blogger site to make a few post but i see this "have logged out from another location. Do you want to log in again?"
 
Absolute bloody nuisance what is going on.
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jklsmith
9/9/13
jklsmith
I am having the exact problem and cannot resolve.
 
On Monday, September 9, 2013 8:00:59 AM UTC-4, st paddy wrote:
> This is a new one on me. logged in to my igoogle page ok. I am trying to open my blogger site to make a few post but i see this "have logged out from another location. Do you want to log in again?"
>
> Absolute bloody nuisance what is going on.
 
This is the error message I keep getting on all my blogs.
 
"You have logged out from another location. Do you want to log in again?
Yes, I want to log in again."
Google user
9/9/13
Google user
Add me to the list of people who experienced this same issue this morning. Can't access my blog at all.
ezoe
9/9/13
ezoe
I'm having a same problem now.
Gavin Palmer
9/9/13
Gavin Palmer
I'm having the same problem - I can't add a new post or edit any existing ones. It just gives me the same message again & again. I see it was happening a few months back for some people too but it's the first time I've experienced it.
jklsmith
9/9/13
jklsmith
It appears to be an issue in Chrome. I can log into Blogger in Firefox and I do not get the error.
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green-possum
9/20/13
green-possum
Well, Chrome got updated and I'm now running 29.0.1547.76 which seems to not have the problem any more. Glad the nightmare is over.
 
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