Anking 'suggest a change' button bug

Before the error happened, I was…
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Was attemptingf to use the button ‘suggest a change’ to add a UWorld tag to a card in the Anking MCAT deck.

Error message (don't change this)
Anki 23.12.1 (1a1d4d54)  (ao)
Python 3.9.15 Qt 6.5.3 PyQt 6.5.3
Platform: macOS-14.2.1-arm64-arm-64bit

Traceback (most recent call last):

  File "/Users/brianhavens/Library/Application Support/Anki2/addons21/1322529746/gui/suggestion_dialog.py", line 412, in accept
    self._callback(self.suggestion_meta())

  File "/Users/brianhavens/Library/Application Support/Anki2/addons21/1322529746/gui/suggestion_dialog.py", line 95, in <lambda>
    callback=lambda suggestion_meta: _on_suggestion_dialog_for_single_suggestion_closed(

  File "/Users/brianhavens/Library/Application Support/Anki2/addons21/1322529746/gui/suggestion_dialog.py", line 116, in _on_suggestion_dialog_for_single_suggestion_closed
    if suggest_note_update(

  File "/Users/brianhavens/Library/Application Support/Anki2/addons21/1322529746/main/suggestions.py", line 81, in suggest_note_update
    client.create_change_note_suggestion(

  File "/Users/brianhavens/Library/Application Support/Anki2/addons21/1322529746/ankihub_client/ankihub_client.py", line 793, in create_change_note_suggestion
    raise AnkiHubHTTPError(response)

1322529746.ankihub_client.ankihub_client.AnkiHubHTTPError: AnkiHub request error: 400 Bad Request

Sentry link (for developers)

What’s the tag you’re trying to suggest? The logs show the add-on is trying to suggest a change to the Extra field (entirely removing its contents), which is failing with this error:

Suggestion fields and tags don’t have any changes to the original note

@ProductTeam the relevant note (ID 1555896131174) does have contents in the Extra field, so the suggestion should pass according to my understanding (given that the field is not protected, which is the case here)

I’m helping to tag some of the Anking MCAT deck by UWorld questions. I don’t remember which question it was, but it would have been something like:

#AK_MCAT_v2::#UWorld::402595