Gmail Subject Line Gets Auto-changed on Replies

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moonstruckam

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I use gmail for work, and often need to write replies from my bosses' gmail accounts as well. It's been fine to have all three gmail accounts open in chrome for the past three years, I've been able to write replies without any issue, and now a very weird issue has started - whenever I reply to an email from either of my bosses' email addresses, it changes the subject line of that reply to one of their email addresses.

For clarity, let's say their emails are [email protected] and [email protected]. If I hit reply, reply-all, in either bossA or bossB's account, that reply will automatically have the subject line "[email protected]" for BOTH of their accounts, just bossB's email address.

This is consistent in Chrome when I use it on both my 2018 MacBook Pro which is all up to date, or my 2016 iMac which I believe it also up to date. It does not happen in Safari, or on my boss's computers. I feel like it must have something to do with auto-fill in Chrome under my gmail, but I have no idea how to troubleshoot. Any advice would be super appreciated!!
 
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