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  • Sending same smiley twice as pm

    • Status: Fixed Priority: Trivial

    If you send a smiley twice (or more) as pm to someone and then send a non-pm message, the message will be sent as pm instead.

    So it looks like it is ignoring the second smiley for some reason and thinks that the non-pm message is a pm actually.


    • It doesn't have to be two smilies, you can also send (wink) 3,4 times w/e.
    • Only happens if it's the same smiley and without any message next to it!


    Confirmed bug.




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    Pretty sure it's been like this since forever. It goes for anything you send, if it's the same exact message. I think this was added to stop a user trying to spam multiple people with the same message, link, etc.

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    This doesn't only happen with smiley and it is indeed a bug


    FIle: main.as

    Function: ProcessMessage //towards the bottom of the function


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