Re: Problem with Evolution 0.8 and Feature proposition
- From: Jeffrey Stedfast <fejj helixcode com>
- To: Jeroen Benckhuijsen <jfbenck home nl>
- Cc: gnome-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Problem with Evolution 0.8 and Feature proposition
- Date: 10 Jan 2001 17:57:46 -0500
On 10 Jan 2001 23:48:11 +0100, Jeroen Benckhuijsen wrote:
> On 10 Jan 2001 17:37:28 -0500, Jeffrey Stedfast wrote:
> > On 10 Jan 2001 23:21:38 +0100, Jeroen Benckhuijsen wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > I've got a real annoying problem with Evolution. When typing an email
> > > message, the cursor is way ahead of the end of the line. When the cursor
> > > has reached the end of the screen, i only typed halfway?? This is really
> > > weird. Editing a message is really a mess, because i can't see where the
> > > cursor really is....
> > >
> Any solution for this problem???
Yea, upgrade to XFree86 4.0.2. This fixes the bug...we may come up with
a solution for users not running 2.0.2 at some point though.
> > > Also i would like to see these features in evolution:
> > >
> > > -> Being able to create Vritual Folders anywhere on the filesystem
> > > (especially mail/contacts), I would like to see all information on a
> > > subject in it's own directory. Now i have normal data in a directory,
> > > email is a VFolder, and URL-bookmarks in Mozilla. I'm hoping on nautilus
> > > to solve the bookmarks problem...
> > > But i would also to be albe to store all mail of for example the Gnome
> > > List is a directory gnome, maybe in a certain file. When double clicking
> > > this file it would open the message list of evolution (integration of
> > > Nautilus/evolution). I don't think it can be that hard, because it's all
> > > corbatized.. Not an expert however. Same goes for Contacts. Some
> > > contacts belong to certain subjects (like GnomeList, Programmers, Work,
> > > etc).
> > > When running the main window i would like to be able to see all of those
> > > files...
> > Eh?
> All right, explaining a bit diffecult. Currently (AFAIK) all VFolders
> are stored under $HOME/evolution/local. Howeveri would like to be able
> to store such a VFolder anywhere on my filesystems like a folder
> $HOME/Gnome/Mailinglist, where i store all mails of the gnome mailing
> list. When using Nautilus (in the future) i would like to be able to
> open the VFolder AS a VFolder, not as a normal folder like what happens
> now. To be short, i would like not to have to start the whole of
> evolution when all i want is to look for a certain email from the gnome
> mailinglist. Same story goes for Contacts VFolders
> Is this any clearer ;-))?????
Erm, VFolders are not stored as folders in ~/evolution/local/, they are
stored in an xml file called ~/evolution/vfolders.xml
There is no way to do what you are asking, that's just not how VFolders
are meant to work.
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