Comment #2 on issue 1318 by mattginzton: one comment unexpectedly  
overwrites another
http://code.google.com/p/reviewboard/issues/detail?id=1318

It's not a one line comment; I don't think it matters but I can enter much  
longer
comments.

I am clicking on the exact same column both times.  Out of habit -- maybe  
because
it's in the middle of the screen, maybe because I'm generally more  
concerned with the
new code on the right than the old code on the left -- I always find myself  
clicking
on the right column of numbers to add comments.

Basically: on a given line of the display, we have [54] /* line 54 of old  
code */
  [54]  /* line 54 of new code */

It starts out like that, I click on the right [54], up pops the empty  
comment form, I
type and hit save, and now a comment badge shows up atop the left [54].  I  
then click
on the right [54] again, up pops the empty comment form, I type and hit  
save, and as
before a comment badge shows up atop the left [54].  But I'd expect either  
both
comments get saved, or if I can only have one comment per line, that the  
second time
the comment form pops up it's got the old contents instead of being empty.

(The latter is what happens if I click on the left [54], which is the same  
as
clicking on the comment badge for the existing comment.)

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