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You sent you a message.
edited September 2011 in Vanilla 2.0 - 2.8
You are adding a new comment to the message and since you get notifications of message changes that are "to" you, you see that you sent a message to you.
I think the wording could be touched up on it... or just omitted altogether. Create a bug report on their github repo! they are about to go into RC, so if it's an easy fix who knows... it might get in.
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please help i'm losing users
A bit heavy handed tactic to deliver to a new user.. I was looking for a suitable thread to ask the question in but couldn't find one, i then found I was unable to ask the question as i didn't have the right permission... I dont understand you??
You ban me @ 6.40 (a brand new user) on my 1st ever question to what i believe is a problem and then provide some answers to the question in an email at 6.52 ????
CAN ACTIVITIES BE SWITCHED OFF PLEASE!
I just need help with a techy question not a disciplinary - hopefully
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This is a pretty old thread, but if anyone still encounters this problem there's a pretty quick workaround. You can use str_replace around
located directly under
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For me, this bug only occurs when users send private messages to the admin, so using an example like:
<?php echo str_replace('You sent you', 'You sent <a href="/forums/profile/Waltz">Waltz</a>', $Title); ?>
(Waltz being the admin)
'You sent Waltz a message.', instead of 'You sent you a message.'