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Restore Unapproved Topics not working as expected #3846 #3856

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xillibit commented Apr 27, 2016

Pull Request for Issue #3846.

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rich20 commented Apr 27, 2016

  • If you move the complete topic to the trash and restore it, pending messages remain pending messages
  • If you delete only a single pending message - after restore the message is approved
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rich20 commented Apr 27, 2016

But I mean, if you delete a single message, you have also checked the message content

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xillibit commented Apr 27, 2016

For a single message it's useless because the unapproved state is lost when you delete the message

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rich20 commented Apr 27, 2016

  • If you move the complete topic to the trash and restore it, pending messages remain pending messages
  • If you delete only single pending messages (see image) - after restore the messages are approved
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