User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Fedora; Linux x86_64; rv:38.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/38.0 Build ID: 20150511091338 Steps to reproduce: To reproduce choose e-mail from any folder, and move it to trash (by pressing Delete). After that, cancel last event (by pressing control+z). E-mail will come back, but when you check trash folder, you will find a copy of this e-mail. When you do it several times (del->ctrl+z), several copies of this e-mail will appear in trash folder. This bug appear in TB 38b5 and TB 31.7.0 When you cancel last event too fast, TB will not move e-mail to trash fast enough, so before cancelling event wait a second or two. Expected results: When cancelling "move to trash" event, e-mail should be moved back instead of copied back.
Summary: Moving e-mail to trash and cancelling last event leaves a copy of that e-mail in trash → Moving e-mail to trash, then Undo, leaves a copy of that e-mail in trash
In Thunderbird 38.1.0 this bug occurs for archiving (shortcut 'a') and moving to trash (shortcut 'del'). To reproduce: choose an e-mail. press a press ctrl+z press del for that e-mail press ctrl+z result: now you have 3 copies of the e-mail: one in inbox, second in archie, third in trash.
Michal, does this still reproduce for you when using a current version? (I'd see this a long time ago, but not recently)
Whiteboard: [dupeme?] → [closeme 2018-01-20][dupeme?]
It seems to be fixed. It's working as expected for a and ctrl+z, del and ctrl+z for single post and multi selected posts.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 9 months ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
Whiteboard: [closeme 2018-01-20][dupeme?] → [dupeme?]
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