On Thu, 2003-01-16 at 19:50, Richard Bellavance wrote:
On Thu, 2003-01-16 at 12:15, Adrian 'Dagurashibanipal' von Bidder wrote:Personally, I'd hate it when evo would start breaking up long lines - when I send mail with a long line, I'd like it to be kept because I made it long on purpose... But this is again one of those areas where tastes differ - perhaps a user setting would be in order?If I understand you correctly, then such a setting already exists: select the long line in question, and choose "Preformat" in the drop-down at the top of the message area (where it normally says... "Normal")
Yes and no: Yes, evo can, when *sending* a message, differentiate between long and normal lines. No: when I receive a long line, it stays a long line (I can edit manually, of course) when I reply to a message. Unfortunately, some significant number of these long lines should really be normal text with linebreaks, so it could be good if evo could break that (perhaps it can? I never bothered since I felt it to be the problem of the sender - I quote as I get it). But it would be BAD if evo would always break long lines in replies.
This is a long long long long long "Preformat" line in a message so it should not be broken even when I have spaces in it, after all that's the joke... cheers -- vbi -- featured link: http://fortytwo.ch/gpg/intro
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