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  • Ignoring and unignoring leaves behind the grey pawn in main chat

    • Status: Won't Fix Priority: Trivial

    Message added by LaFleur

    This isn't an issue in the HTML5 chat. Bug may be ignored.

    Whenever you ignore someone, their messages sometimes disappear in the main chat. If you unignore them, their messages will reappear, but they will also still have the "Ignored" pawn in main chat. Their pawn will be normal in the userlist. 

    Alternatively, if their messages do not disappear, you'll be able to see their "Ignored" pawn in main chat. Once you unignore, the ignored pawn will still be there. However, their pawn will be normal in the userlist.

    Note that once you click on the same user after unignoring, their pawn will go back to normal. 

    Edited by Angelo

    Steps to reproduce bug: Step 1: Click on any user and ignore them
    Step 2: Click on the same user and unignore them
    Step 3: You'll notice that in the main chat, they still have the ignore pawn
    Screenshots: https://i.imgur.com/zvxVv7h.gif
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