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deleting something


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very little thing. when I´m in the conversations and want to delete a conversation with someone, it does, but it always "kicks" me out of the conversations page to the homepage and I have to open the conversations page again when I want to delete another conversation. same goes for posts. when you delete a post, it always throws you back to the homepage, instead of remaining you in the thread.

nothing serious, but it´s very annoying and needless. I´m not sure, but I think before the forum update it was not like that and in other forums too.

when you are in the conversation, then you are just kicked out to the conversations page, that is okay. but when you are in the conversations page and delete the conversation from that, then you are throwed back to the homepage. maybe it is so by design, don´t know.

whatever, not that important
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You're right.
It doesn't sound really important.

If you've had a PM/Inbox Conversation and you opt to Leave the conversation,
the natural thing to assume would be that you no longer want to remain on
the page.

The format is giving you the opportunity to proceed with other choices.
Possibly if you looked at it that way, you'd find it less annoying.

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