Ok, been having this issue crop up a while, and lived with it, but earlier today I had a situation where I wasn't even part of a team anymore and was still seeing other people's text on the [Team] chat... sooo...
The [Team] chat has issues with not reliably being associated with the team I am currently on (or not on)
I have a separate Team tab set up in my chat window, that I always leave set on [Team] full time.
I often have to re-type my message for it to get through, as the first time I send something with a new team, I get an error message similar to:
There are times where I don't get the error message, and whatever I type to [Team], ends up appearing in chat as [Local]. When that happens, all I can do is change the chat destination from [Team] to something else, and then back again.
Please set up [Team] chat, to always check what team I'm actually active on first, before it transmits the text I just typed.
I've had the bug where I continued seeing Team chat after leaving a team, but that has only happened once or twice. It's the chat window automatically defaulting back to Local after leaving a team that bothers me.
When I am using a team channel, I would rather accidentally try sending to a team channel that no longer exists than Local.
When I am using a custom channel, I want it to stay on that channel rather than switching to Local.
By having it automatically change back to Local without any user action, I am much more likely to transmit on the wrong channel, which gets very frustrating.
I've had the bug where I continued seeing Team chat after leaving a team, but that has only happened once or twice.
Yeah I've had that happen about 5 times or so this year.
Seams to happen when leaving the team is part of leaving the map.
For example 2 players team up and join an STF, after changing map we are all in the 1 map based team.
After the everyone has left the map I can continue to listen to those 2 players, even though I'm not on their team anymore, though I can't actually respond to them.
Luckily nobody ever said anything bad about me behind my back when it happened.
I'm also pretty sure it doesn't always happen.