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is it ok? :D
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lolololol. That's fascinating. We first found this bug about a month ago and fixed it. Now, I guess it's back? Tomas, what were the *exact* buttons you pressed?

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I can't say exact but I was clicking on various people drawings including reply using draw and copy previous drawing inside draw menu and choosing other people drawings lol
Ok, I'll file the bug and see if our QA guy can figure it out. Thanks again, Tomas.
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I know how to do it, so you open draw and then click copy previous drawing then choose one drawing and then click many times reply using drawing on drawing itself

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