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The thread was started by admin, but after deleting the first post, the new owner is johnfound

After another delete of the first post, the owner and the only user in the thread is again admin

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The thread was started by admin, but after deleting the first post, the new owner is johnfound

After another delete of the first post, the owner and the only user in the thread is again admin

That doesn't seem right. How did the server know that johnfound should be the new owner? Unless there was a middle post by johnfound which became the first in list after deleting the original first. That middle post is not present as evidence. Did you delete it too?

crustyoz
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The thread was started by admin, but after deleting the first post, the new owner is johnfound

After another delete of the first post, the owner and the only user in the thread is again admin

That doesn't seem right. How did the server know that johnfound should be the new owner? Unless there was a middle post by johnfound which became the first in list after deleting the original first. That middle post is not present as evidence. Did you delete it too?

Of course, in order to return the ownership to admin. As a definition, the author of the first post in the thread is the thread owner.

The posts in this thread was initially 4: ( admin, johnfound, admin, admin ). Then admin deleted his first post and the owner became johnfound ( johnfound, admin, admin ). Then johnfound deleted his post and the ownership was again assigned to admin.

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