I keep accidentally posting partially completed comments. This has happened in the past and more recently, I'm still not sure what's causing it.

I will enter a comment to a post, scroll up to reread the post and make sure I've said all I want to then scroll down to finalize the comment. By the time I scroll back down the comment has already been posted and I need to edit it.

Why does this happen? Does it happen to anyone else? Is it a bug or by design?

Edit:

One way to reproduce:

  1. Start new comment
  2. Type something
  3. Activate Launchy or Gnome Do (Alt+Enter, or other shortcut)
  4. Launch application by typing it's name and hitting Enter.
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If you aren't accidentally hitting "Enter," it's a bug. What browser are you using? –  NullUserException อ_อ Nov 13 '12 at 16:36
    
@NullUserExceptionอ_อ Firefox 16 on Linux –  Annan Nov 13 '12 at 16:37
    
I'm using FF 16 on Windows and I don't have any issues. –  Ren Nov 13 '12 at 16:56
    
How do you scroll up? I mean, mouse wheel, click on the scroll bar, trackpad? –  Mr Lister Nov 13 '12 at 17:30
    
@MrLister Normally with the mouse wheel though I do use Page Up/Down. –  Annan Nov 13 '12 at 17:38
    
@Ren Since you posted your comment I've been unsuccessfully trying to reproduce accidentally posting a comment. I have no idea what causes it sometimes but not other times. –  Annan Nov 13 '12 at 17:39
    
As a heavy FF user (albeit on OS X) I've never seen this. –  Martijn Pieters Nov 13 '12 at 18:33
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Okay, I finally figured it out! It posts a comment when I use Launchy or Gnome Do to open an application if I'm editing a comment at the same time. –  Annan Nov 30 '12 at 16:34
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Talk about a corner case.... –  mikeTheLiar Nov 30 '12 at 16:44
    
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closed as too localized by Bart, Al E., animuson, Jim, Martijn Pieters Nov 30 '12 at 18:09

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