[Users] Move to trash repositions the cursor to an earlier email

Paul Rolland (=?UTF-8?B?44Od44O844Or44O744Ot44Op44Oz?=) rol at witbe.net
Wed Dec 23 08:04:08 CET 2015

Hello Steve,

On Wed, 23 Dec 2015 01:12:50 -0500
Steve Litt <slitt at troubleshooters.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I'm using Claws 3.13.1 on Void Linux. I've always set my deletions so
> "Move to trash" marks the email I move to trash as deleted (with the
> tiny x on the left) but leaves it there. I've always used the d key to
> move to trash. And until today, when I pressed d, the highlight always
> moved down to the next message.
> Today, for some reason, Claws-mail started performing differently.
> Pressing d (or menu selecting message->move_to_trash) marked the email,
> but then went to an earlier email --- the next earliest one not already
> moved to trash.

You may have missed this part of the announcement of 3.13.1 :
* 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.
> I have no idea how to start narrowing this down to the root cause. Has
> anyone seen this symptom before?

Please let me know if the above information helps you fixing the probleme.



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