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* I'm not able to reproduce the log out bug, but we'll look into it.
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Well, I'll add that this was on Debian "squeeze" and browser was Google Chrome stable. With Iceweasel 5 beta, which is my primary browser, I had no such problems. The black box appeared at the top of the page.