replacing eMail address causes bug
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Description

Seen in Outlook 2013:

If you write a new mail, enter a valid eMail adress, mark the address and start writing a new eMail adress, a bug notification pops up directly.

The same happens when answering a mail, marking the address, start writing some text, and then breaking off, i.e. pushing Esc twice.

The same happens when selecting a sent mail, "edit as new", marking the address, start writing some text, and then breaking off. (Likely by the same mechanism as in the 2nd case, but different to the 1st case)

Details

Version
GPG4win 3.1.3
JJworx created this task.Sep 20 2018, 9:17 AM
aheinecke edited projects, added Duplicate; removed Bug Report, gpg4win.
aheinecke added a subscriber: aheinecke.

Thanks for the report. This was already reported andf fixed. We are aiming for a new Gpg4win / GpgOL Bugfix release soon to address this and other regressions.

T4129 is also a duplicate.

Am 24.09.2018 um 08:12 schrieb aheinecke (Andre Heinecke):

aheinecke edited projects, added Duplicate; removed Bug Report, gpg4win.
aheinecke added a comment.

Thanks for the report. This was already reported andf fixed. We are
aiming for a new Gpg4win / GpgOL Bugfix release soon to address this
and other regressions.

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You are right. I originally left it open because it was in a different language but the first report. But it's cleaner to close it as a duplicate, also.