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Mod-warning a user results in suspension, even when "No" is selected for suspension

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When I try to send a moderator warning to a user with no suspension, the user gets suspended.

Here's me about to warn a test account with no suspension: Warning UI with "No" selected for suspension

Here's what I get after I click the "Warn (or suspend) User" button, indicating that the user is now suspended: "This user has been temporarily suspended ..."

Here's what the user sees when trying to load any part of the site, indicating that the user has been suspended: "... Your account has been temporarily suspended ..."

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This has been completed. The system will now make sure to do what you ask it to do not what it assumes to be correct.

Also, we added a tool to lift suspensions early, in case the suspension was errorneous.

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