Anyone else having issues with PM?

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I tried to send a PM to ATNO a bit ago, pulled up the form, did the find and selected him from the list, but on submit, it blanks the recepient field & gives me an error. Same when I try to using joebert. I'm using FF3 on Win XP, not that I think it has to do with the issue, but never know.


The username I selected via find

Just prior to submitting

Error received after submit
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Post 3+ Months Ago

you have to click the "Add" button once you have located or typed in a user before you submit your PM. I've forgotten to do that more times than I can count. If you don't click Add you'll get that error.
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Doh. :( Joke's on me I guess. Well on that note, how about the find form auto-adds the contact, BWM? I'm sure I'm not the first nor the last to stumble on that prior to a caffeine dose in the AM.
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I agree with you on these points. Unfortunately that is how phpbb3 works by default. I will keep this in mind for a future project to try and improve their system. That is going to require some changes to the phpbb3 code.
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Brian, you should just email phpBB and ask them to give you some money for improving their coding.

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