Login error OpenStreetMap Wiki uses cookies to log in users. You have cookies disabled. Please enable them and try again.

Obviously, cookies are not blocked.

asked 12 Mar '12, 18:29

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edited 12 Mar '12, 18:35

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There are several explenations why the cookies might not be returned from your browser. Cookies can be enabled and disabled on a domain by domain level and they can expire. If the login procedure started without cookies enabled/expired cookies then you will get this error.

Check that you have not added wiki.openstreetmap.org to your blacklist, or if using a whitelist add it to it. Then restart the login procedure by going to http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/ and click login at the top right.

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answered 12 Mar '12, 18:42

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I'm roughly aware of how cookies work. I block them on a domain-by-domain basis (using FF/Cookie Whitelist), but wiki.openstreetmap.org is on the whitelist.

Anyway, now my username is gone. I can't be arsed to find out what's wrong right now, good luck with OSM, and thanks for your help!

(12 Mar '12, 18:57) yooden
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Likely an issue with http:// being whitelisted but not https://. The wiki uses https:// for login.

(13 Mar '12, 18:11) Firefishy

I just re-logined, having totally forgotten about the issue. No problem with either my account or cookies.

That's IT for you.

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