Re: 'Delete' v. 'Move to trash'
- From: Andrew Conkling <andrewski fr st>
- To: Balsa list <balsa-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: 'Delete' v. 'Move to trash'
- Date: Fri, 07 Jan 2005 03:31:59 +0000
On 06/01/05 22:22:49, Craig Routledge wrote:
Having said that, can the delete key not be mapped like the other
bindings so that it can at least be easily changed by those with gconf
Wait, Craig; are you saying that it *is* possible if I edit gconf?
Also, being stuck in the dark ages of POP3, I've never used IMAP to any
extent. All my mailboxes are local files, so I always use move-to-trash.
Is toggle-deleted only used by people with IMAP in general? Could we
take advantage of that to have only one delete command which takes an
appropriate action depending on the mailbox type? Probably not, but I'll
Similarly 'stuck' using POP3. Deleting immediately has very little use for
me and I'm surprised that the Delete key does that by default rather than
moving the message to trash. Similarly, I've never used "Toggle deleted".
At this point, I don't care at all what happens by default when I press the
Delete key; I just want to be able to map the Delete key to "Move to
trash"--frankly, I don't mind if I have to go a roundabout way to do it
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