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Opened 5 years ago

Closed 5 years ago

Last modified 5 years ago

#575 closed defect (fixed)

Innaccurate reporting of support forum poster and last updates.

Reported by: stevegrunwell Owned by:
Milestone: Priority: normal
Component: Support Forums Keywords:
Cc:

Description

I just posted a response to a support forum post and noticed that afterwards it claims I was the original poster of the ticket, with the latest update coming from the OP instead of the solution I had just posted (highlighted screenshot attached).

When I checked the thread in an incognito window (read: not logged in), my response wasn't present at all, though I was still being credited as the OP (also attached).

Attachments (2)

swapped-user-names.png (108.4 KB) - added by stevegrunwell 5 years ago.
OP and responder's names are swapped (highlighted)
incognito.png (85.7 KB) - added by stevegrunwell 5 years ago.
Missing response when not logged into WordPress.org

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Change History (4)

@stevegrunwell
5 years ago

OP and responder's names are swapped (highlighted)

@stevegrunwell
5 years ago

Missing response when not logged into WordPress.org

#1 @Otto42
5 years ago

  • Resolution set to fixed
  • Status changed from new to closed

Looks okay to me.

Sometimes when the spam catcher system freaks out on you, you can see weird results for a little while. In this case, it marked you as a possible spammer. I removed that mark.

#2 @stevegrunwell
5 years ago

Ouch, right in the feels. Thanks for looking into it, Otto.

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