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button automatically enables when using shift and enter

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I never thought of it. Recently, I was going to write a comment (Starting a new thread) with 14 characters. I didn't look at character lengths. After completing my comment I just pressed shift twice then, clicked on Enter. Then, I just got an error 422 unprocessable.

Usually, we were disabling submit button. But, when using shift and enter that button enables automatically. I am not sure if it happens in other Browsers. I am using Chrome.

I think Ruby can do something for the reason (My browser is destroying JS :D).

(The same thing happens with Firefox also (tested))

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Try running Chrome with a new, clean browser profile... (2 comments)
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