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Default Odd behavior on bold (9000) OS 5.0.0.314

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I've been using this version for several weeks and this behavior is driving me crazy (please don't remind me this is a beta - I know this!) so I want to see if I am the only one experiencing it.

When I receive a new message (text, email, etc) and I look at th message list, the new message is selected in the list. But when I press the track ball to open the message, the message just prior to it is displayed, even though clearly the new message is selected.

I think I remember this happening in .302 as well. And I think that it didn't begin happening until I added the VVM modules to the build.

Is anyone else experiencing this?
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