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I am trying to create a new Wiki account, but there is no place to enter text for CAPTCHA.

asked 17 Sep '16, 16:45

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edited 18 Sep '16, 00:02

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aseerel4c26 ♦

we had this question before: . Your issue may be the same (sadly not really a solution). Sorry about this - please just try again. Maybe with another browser. We have big spam problems, so the annoying captchas are needed.

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answered 18 Sep '16, 00:03

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edited 18 Sep '16, 11:07

If you already have OSM login credentials just use those.

As for the place to add the text in the CAPTCHA I can see it in my browser (Safari on iOS) so perhaps you should try another.

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answered 17 Sep '16, 18:26

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edited 17 Sep '16, 20:27


as far as I know, the wiki login is separate from the "OSM login".

(18 Sep '16, 00:01) aseerel4c26 ♦

My OSM login credentials also work on the wiki but I may have set them up at the same time.

When I wanted to post to I went to register and got this message, "This forum is not accepting new registrations". I posted about this to my local talk mailing list, was told to use OSM credentials and it worked.

(18 Sep '16, 00:17) logrady

@logrady: just for info, at the different accounts are listed. Wiki account is clearly a separate one from the "osm account". Yes, you may have used the same username and password for this separate wiki registration (which is not a bad decision, in my opinion).

(18 Sep '16, 11:12) aseerel4c26 ♦

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