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I spoke with my good friend Sunniva yesterday (female name) and was impressed that the notifications showed both her name and her avatar and let me write back to her in the notification.
Today I'm speaking with another good friend, Rens (male name), and he has no avatar, however on the notification in GNOME Shell it shows Sunniva's avatar. This is not correct at all and is a bit confusing and disturbing.
This is with GNOME Shell on and with MSN and Empathy.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Speak with someone with avatar
2. Speak with someone else without avatar
Notifications have the other person's avatar
Notifications should either have no avatar or a default blank.
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