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I posted what I think is a clever answer to:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2362754/excel-match-bug-in-a-sparse-range-with-duplicate-keys/2581233

But then I noticed the question was posted a while ago on Mar 2.

I wanted to see what the chance of the user logging back in and seeing my answer, but the OP's profile says the user was seen on Feb 19.

I thought this was supposed to be the date they last logged in? How could they have asked a question on Mar 2 if they haven't logged in since February?

Thanks

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This user was merged with another user, which changed the dates.

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Then shouldn't the seen date become the max seen date of the two merged users? – Dan Apr 13 '10 at 20:39

Magic. Or maybe SOFU became blind and can't see anyone anymore.

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but I'm right to think it is a bug? I wasn't sure if "Seen" is what I thought it was. – Dan Apr 5 '10 at 22:44

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