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Enabled-state of the "Add reply" button, character count in comment thread view does not update on pasting into comment input field

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This looks similar to my previous bug report "Body is too short" error when posting middle-click-pasted answer with no changes, and I wouldn't be surprised if the fix is the same.

When on the thread page for a comment thread (that is, /comments/thread/###), there is the possibility to reply to the thread in question by typing a message and clicking "Add reply". Fine so far.

However, if you simply paste into the input field, neither the character count nor the enabled-state of the "Add reply" button updates. The same seems to be the case if you use the browser's right-click menu or similar functionality to delete what you have typed. Both do update when you do something further in the input field, however.

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I wouldn't be surprised if the fix is the same

I will say the code is same but, written in different pages(when talking about Ruby).

Currently we are using keyup change for detecting changes to field. So, whenever you copy-paste text in field then, that function can't detect what happened to that field. So, I am thinking to use .on('paste'...... This function can detect if you copy-pasted anything.

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