[Users] Problem with compose headers

Paul claws at thewildbeast.co.uk
Fri Apr 13 19:38:00 CEST 2012

On Fri, 13 Apr 2012 11:31:40 -0600
Dan Urist <durist at ucar.edu> wrote: 

> I'm running Linux Mint Debian Edition (packages from debian
> testing), and recently upgraded claws-mail to 3.8.0-1.
> When I attempt to compose an email with more than one header (e.g.
> To: and Cc:), as soon as I start typing in the second header field,
> my first header field is deleted and two of the second header fields
> appear, with the focus on the top one. 
> So, for example, if I enter an address in the To: field, then add a
> Cc: field and start typing in that, my To: field is replaced by a
> Cc: field, so I now I have two Cc: fields. If I try and enter
> something in the second field, the first field is cleared and focus
> is on the first field-- it looks like any second field gets bumped
> to the top and then there are two of those fields. 
> Has anyone else seen this behavior or know of a workaround?

Are you _sure_ that you've just not spotted the scrollbar on the
right and that your first field is not just automatically scrolled
out of sight??

with regards


It isn't worth a nickel to two guys like you or me, 
but to a collector it is worth a fortune 

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