Filter flags by own username gives blue whale shark

Platform (Website):

App version number, nvt

Browser, if a website issue ( Chrome, ) :

**URLs (aka web addresses)✓&flagger_type=user&flagger_name=optilete&flagger_user_id=optilete&user_name=&user_id=&flaggable_type=all&deleted=any&flags[]=spam&flags[]=copyright+infringement&flags[]=inappropriate&flags[]=other&reason_query=&resolved=any&resolver_name=&resolver_user_id=&commit=Filter&utf8=✓&flagger_user_id=&commit=Filter

Screenshots of what you are seeing a blue whale

Description of problem Filter the flags on a user gives not the flags, but a blue whale

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Hi @optilete. All of those flag searches appear to work for me. No error pages are returned. Are you still seeing this? Maybe this was a transient issue.

Can you search for your own name? I still have everywhere blue whales, except when I filter with another username.✓&flagger_type=user&flagger_name=rupertclayton&flagger_user_id=rupertclayton&user_name=&user_id=&flaggable_type=all&deleted=any&flags[]=inappropriate&flags[]=other&reason_query=&resolved=no&resolver_name=&resolver_user_id=&commit=Filter

Searching for my own ID as flagger or resolver works fine. Searching as content author returns no results because my content hasn’t been flagged, but does not return an error.

Searching with an other account gives no blue whale.

Hi @optilete. I think there may be a specific issue with your account. I’d recommend you email Support at

Maybe, Resolved=Yes caused the crash, Resolved something else does not give a blue whale.

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We’re looking into it.

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This should be fixed now. How’s it looking, @optilete?

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Yes, I checked yesterday and could not reproduce it on this laptop.