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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0003163||HTML & PERL||Bug Report - Interface||public||2018-03-24 21:09||2018-03-24 21:11|
|Priority||normal||Severity||minor||Reproducibility||have not tried|
|Summary||0003163: PM: Replying to a sent PM (from sentbox) should write a reply to the original recipient instead of to the sender|
|Description||If I send you a PM, open that PM, and press quote or reply, I'll begin writing a reply to myself rather than to you.|
That's very counterintuitive, since most people would expect the reply to be still to you, and nobody in their right mind checks that field right after pressing a reply button. People simply expect to write another message to the same person. That's how e.g. Gmail behaves.
Side note: I'm filing this as a feature request because it's technically not a bug, assuming the current way is how it was designed to be. However, I think it's better to see it as a behavioral bug, or arguably a design bug, in that the way the feature is supposed to work can be considered buggy. As such, I'm okay with a category change to bug report.
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