[Users] Claws Mail 3.13.1 unleashed!!

Paul Rolland (=?UTF-8?B?44Od44O844Or44O744Ot44Op44Oz?=) rol at witbe.net
Tue Dec 22 07:57:11 CET 2015


On Sun, 20 Dec 2015 14:22:33 +0000
Paul <claws at thewildbeast.co.uk> wrote:

> 20th December 2015                                  Claws Mail 3.13.1
>                     http://www.claws-mail.org

Built, installed and running ;)

> * An external editor can now be embedded in the Compose window.
>   This depends upon the 'Text editor' option (/Configuration/
>   Preferences/Message View/External Programs) having a suitable
>   value, such as 'gvim -f --socketid %w %s'.

Nice... but this has some drawback compared to the non-embedded
configuration : Ctrl+F for example is a common shortcut with Vi/Vim/GVim
but it is intercepted by Claws, as "Find".
> * A hidden pref has been added, 'next_on_delete'. This controls the
>   message selection when a message is deleted. A setting of '0'
>   which cause the previous, older message to be selected, a setting
>   of '1' will cause the next, newer message to be selected.

Still no way to restore the behavior we had before "next_on_delete"
apparition when using a threaded view. Neither setting to 0 or to 1 allows a
"Delete" to go to the "next displayed message on the screen".
Configuration of the message list is :
 - Threaded view,
 - Sorted by thread date,
 - Descending order.

Thanks for that "Christmas release" ;)



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