OKaay... try this logically similiar situtation.Yes, since there is no About information entered and the conversation button is always there.
I don't understand this comparison. The About button does what it does with every user. Some have disclosed personal information, other have not. Thus it is empty. At the bottom of the About page is always the "Start Conversation" option. Well, not always. I couldn't start a conversation with myself.OKaay... try this logically similiar situtation.
ThreeFour push buttons on a panel, labelled Up, Down, Pause, Fire.
You push the Pause button.
The Pause function is not implemented.
What random function should be activated?
That occurs here ONLY when the About field is empty. It does not appear if the member has filled in the About page.At the bottom of the About page is always the "Start Conversation" option.
I was trying to say that the optimal behaviour when selecting an operation is to receive an informative result, not a random result if there is a problem.I don't understand this comparison.
It does - below the information the user put in. See OCR's profile for example.That occurs here ONLY when the About field is empty. It does not appear if the member has filled in the About page.
Hmm, either we are talking about different things/positions or it is computer dependent.It does - below the information the user put in. See OCR's profile for example.
That is because the user has set no "About", i.e. none of the fields in the about section for that user is filled.
Check the bottom of OCR's "about" tab in the profile with a test account. There won't be a "Start a conversation" link (or any contact information). For you and for @kenny1999 there is. Where does the difference come from?What do you mean "without special permissions"? Using a few test accounts, I always had the option.
Is there some minimum amount of posts required before a new user is allowed to send private messages? I seem to remember a restriction on new members sending private messages after some users were getting spam from new accounts. If your test account is new, this may be the source of the problem.