2003-May Archive by Thread

Messages are ordered newest-to-oldest in this index. The newest threads will be at the top of this page, the oldest will be at the bottom.

Within a single thread, the first mail note is the START of the thread; the notes following that are in the chronological order of when they were received. So globally, newest messages are at the top, but within a thread, the oldest (the start of the thread) is at the top.

If you think about it, it is confusing. Just go with the flow and everything will be all right.

  • The docs, Adrian Custer
  • Re: Graphs in Gnumeric, usable for Gnucash too?, Jody Goldberg
  • Python howto, Charles R. Twardy
  • display more than thousands rows in Excel, Monica Li
  • Object toolbar in 1.1.17, Allin Cottrell
  • configure bug: gal-2.0 >= 1.99, Sam Halliday
  • Oh no, not again?!?!, Vidar Hoel
  • small patch for xml-io.c, Heath Martin
  • stickers, EDISON GUTIERREZ
  • Some dev guidance needed, Ker Nulov
  • sum(A1:A3) and cut/paste A2 or A3, Heath Martin
  • py_func.py, Charles R. Twardy
  • lates development rpm for rh9.0, Christoph Lehmann
  • COLUMNNUMBER, mortenw
  • (no subject), Carl Hudkins
  • Re: gnumeric to mysql, Rodrigo Moya
  • Text import dialog, Emmanuel PACAUD
  • libgsf-1.8.0 released and relicensed GPL -> LGPL, Jody Goldberg
  • an inverse to the address() function?, Dan Drake
  • dumb question - cursor movement on [enter], Richard Lyons
  • [Fwd: [postgis-users] Density calculation], Adrian Custer
  • gsf Example, ross cooperman
  • font in Redhat 9.0, Christoph Lehmann
  • Re: new developer, Jody Goldberg

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