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    10 Feb '18 09:38
    ENTER at subject line sends the message before having typed message content.
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    10 Feb '18 22:00
    Originally posted by @bob-kramer
    ENTER at subject line sends the message before having typed message content.
    Use TAB instead, to go to the next field.

    This is how web browsers work.
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    14 Feb '18 19:32
    Originally posted by @bigdoggproblem
    Use TAB instead, to go to the next field.

    This is how web browsers work.
    Thank you for your kind reply, however:

    Shouldn't you be mimicking email apps?
    Outlook does not send when you hit ENTER at the subject line.
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    16 Feb '18 15:17
    Originally posted by @bob-kramer
    Thank you for your kind reply, however:

    Shouldn't you be mimicking email apps?
    Outlook does not send when you hit ENTER at the subject line.
    No, we should not mimic email apps. Microsoft, in particular, likes to make things take far more keystrokes than they ought to take.
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    17 Feb '18 21:23
    Originally posted by @bigdoggproblem
    No, we should not mimic email apps. Microsoft, in particular, likes to make things take far more keystrokes than they ought to take.
    Suppose you write a complicated subject line, and then hit ENTER. Nothing should happen.

    Your answer does not address the problem.

    Wonderful site.
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    17 Feb '18 21:25
    Originally posted by @bob-kramer
    Suppose you write a complicated subject line, and then hit ENTER. Nothing should happen.

    Your answer does not address the problem.

    Wonderful site.
    The problem exists between the chair and keyboard.

    If you know that pressing a key produces undesired behavior, then stop pressing it.

    And yes, thank you, it's a wonderful site.
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