Re: [Evolution] Keybindings, hiding read messages, and attributions...
- From: Not Zed <notzed ximian com>
- To: Ibraheem Umaru-Mohammed <umarumohammed btinternet com>
- Cc: evolution ximian com
- Subject: Re: [Evolution] Keybindings, hiding read messages, and attributions...
- Date: 02 Jan 2003 11:28:23 +1030
On Thu, 2002-12-26 at 05:20, Ibraheem Umaru-Mohammed wrote:
Is there a way to set read messages as hidden by default? I get tired of
changing folders and when returning, the first thing i do is hide the
It should remember the ones you've already hidden.
But you could try using a virtual folder with only unread messages in
it. It will get re-synced whenever you change back to it and
automagically remove any newly-read messages.
Secondly, are the keybindings configurable at all? When reading a
message selected in the index, we get a preview of the message contents.
You dont get a preview, youy get the whole message.
I want to be able to press PgUp, or PgDn keys to page up or down the
message. What currently happens, is that the next or previous message is
selected, which is the same action as the Up and Down keys.
You can use space and backspace for this. Although some keybindings are
configurable, i think these are handled by the display code internally
and are not currently :-/
Thirdly, is it possible to configure your attribution string when
responding to messages? Just wondering if the quote string and/or the
attribution strings are configurable,
Not that i can tell.
Finally, I'd like to configure a key sequence to a shell command, with
the results inserted into my message. For example, coming from Mutt
(vim), I would read in the output of a command such as boxes, into my
message...is there a way I could achieve this in evolution, or perhaps
achieving something similar other than inserting a text file or
I dont believe so, you have to do it via an intermediate file :-/
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