Live Community opens in browser when attempting to answer.

A question for the Profile folks:

I find it a little curious that the "Live Community" window opens with profile, but when I attempt to answer a question, it opens a browser and makes me sign in again.

Is there a problem with the software or is this by design.  I would prefer to just use the interface that comes with the software, or.... lose the community window in profile and just open a browser window to begin with.

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If you don't want the Live community browser window to open automatically when Profile is launched it can be turned off within Profile.

On the top tool bar go to Options > Environment Options > System > uncheck Live Community/enable live community

Should you want to go back to the installation default where Live community Opens on start up go back and change your selection.
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