Starting yesterday, I noticed that links to my blog posts on my Google+ posts page, that I have put there through Blogger's share function, stop being links a second or two after my G+ posts page loads. Even weirder, it only happens when I'm logged into Google. Anybody else have this problem?
the most exciting video evar a screencast that I made, using Screenr, to show the problem. You'll probably want to go full screen. The text that's displayed at the start of the video is reproduced below.
If you really want to scrutinize this video, click the Screenr alt. video link, and click the HD button when you get over there.
I use Blogger's Share function to cause my blog posts to appear on my Google+ posts page. Beginning yesterday, I noticed that the post titles, which are supposed to be permalinks back to blog posts, are no longer links.
More precisely, the titles are links for a moment, as the page is loading, and then they fade to gray and stop being hyperlinks.
This happens with Chrome and Firefox on a machine running WinXP, and with Firefox on WinVista.
But that's not the weird part. The weird part is that it only happens when I'm logged in to my Google account.
First, I'll visit my Google+ posts page while logged in and show that the titles are momentarily links. (I'll middle-click one of them, which will cause it to open in a new tab.)
Second, I'll log out of Google and then revisit my Google+ page, and show how the titles remain links.
My Google+ posts page is at http://gplus.to/bjkeefe.
The full URL: https://plus.google.com/u/0/102552943911220179348/posts.
[Added] A version of the above is also posted on Google Groups, in the Google+ Pages Discussion Forum.
[Update 2012-02-08 14:16] As of this moment, the problem seems to have gone away. Now, I'm not going to take all the credit, but that was some seriously good videography, wasn't it?