Now I know why I've seen multiple forum entries sometimes.... Some sort of focus issue I think.
Thanks for the heads up, paradigmsearch!
To be clear, are you saying that if one is starting a new Forum Discussion and if one has one's cursor in the title field and hits enter, the new Forum Discussion is submitted?
What happened with me was I was doing copy/pasting from another tab. When I came back to the forum thread I was starting and pressed enter to space down a couple lines, I didn't notice the cursor was still in the title field. The incomplete post was indeed submitted and posted. Somehow it even happened twice. So, it is only a problem when the user makes a mistake, but based on observation, it seems to be a common one.
And a Happy Friday to you! May you live long and prosper in your new endeavors!
I have forwarded this to our engineering team.
Thanks for the report!
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