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I have added the ability to login with FaceBook.  It is located on the left-hand side of the website, and also on the login page. It worked for me however, Jacob got an error when trying to use it, that I can't reproduce.  I just want to make sure that it seems to work for everyone.

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My error is no longer there. FaceBook login worked flawlessly for me.

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Ok awesome.  

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