maxigas | 2 Dec 04:43 2007
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[mew-int 2389] draft message cursor positions

hi!

how can i configure the default cursor position in draft mode? i want
the cursor to appear after "To: " so that i can type the address. of
course, if i reply, the cursor should appear after "----", which is
what it does now.

also, how can i configure the cursor to stay above the quote after i
used Ctrl-C Ctrl-Y to qoute the message i am replying?

ps: i am using mew since half a year and it's working great. thank you
for development! :)

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Harald Hanche-Olsen | 2 Dec 12:06 2007
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[mew-int 2390] Re: draft message cursor positions

+ maxigas <maxigas <at> anargeek.net>:

> how can i configure the default cursor position in draft mode? i want
> the cursor to appear after "To: " so that i can type the address. of
> course, if i reply, the cursor should appear after "----", which is
> what it does now.

This is the behaviour I am seeing.  And if I recall correctly, that is
the way it has always been.  Are you doing something with a hook
variable that might change the cursor position?

- Harald

maxigas | 2 Dec 13:36 2007
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[mew-int 2391] Re: draft message cursor positions

hi!

From: Harald Hanche-Olsen <hanche <at> math.ntnu.no>
Subject: [mew-int 2390] Re: draft message cursor positions
Date: Sun, 02 Dec 2007 12:06:32 +0100 (CET)

> + maxigas <maxigas <at> anargeek.net>:
> 
> > how can i configure the default cursor position in draft mode? i want
> > the cursor to appear after "To: " so that i can type the address. of
> > course, if i reply, the cursor should appear after "----", which is
> > what it does now.
> 
> This is the behaviour I am seeing.  And if I recall correctly, that is
> the way it has always been.  Are you doing something with a hook
> variable that might change the cursor position?
> 
> - Harald
> 

No, i have not done any advanced configuration on Mew yet. Should i
post my .mew and relevant .emacs config file lines?

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Eötvös Lóránd University [www.elte.hu]
Zöld Pók / Green Spider [www.zpok.hu]

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Harald Hanche-Olsen | 2 Dec 14:01 2007
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[mew-int 2392] Re: draft message cursor positions

+ maxigas <maxigas <at> anargeek.net>:

> No, i have not done any advanced configuration on Mew yet. Should i
> post my .mew and relevant .emacs config file lines?

You could try that.  But first, please try this:

Move your ordinary .emacs and .mew files aside, and replace them with
copies that contain the bare minimum that you need for mew to work at
all.  See if the problem persists.  (Don't forget to start a new emacs
for testing of course.)  If the problem goes away, try adding bits and
pieces to .emacs and .mew until the problem reappears.

- Harald

Kazu Yamamoto | 3 Dec 06:00 2007
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[mew-int 2393] Re: draft message cursor positions

Hello,

> how can i configure the default cursor position in draft mode? i want
> the cursor to appear after "To: " so that i can type the address. of
> course, if i reply, the cursor should appear after "----", which is
> what it does now.

Put the folloing to .mew.el:

(setq mew-summary-reply-position nil) ;; anything other than 'body 

> also, how can i configure the cursor to stay above the quote after i
> used Ctrl-C Ctrl-Y to qoute the message i am replying?

No way. Type C-xC-x instead.

--Kazu

Kazu Yamamoto | 3 Dec 07:07 2007
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[mew-int 2394] Mew version 5.2.52

Hello all, 

I have released Mew version 5.2.52:

	http://www.mew.org/Beta/mew-5.2.52.tar.gz

This version allows the SPC character for folder names.
So, you can get allong with gmail's IMAP.

--Kazu

Wilfred de Bondt | 4 Dec 18:55 2007
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[mew-int 2395] Space in imap-folder name

Hello everyone,

When using some imap-servers, I find that I cannot access imap-folders
with a space in their name, even though tab-completion suggests their
name. After some digging in the code I found the following lines in
mew-minibuf.el

	(when (string-match " " folder)
	  (mew-warn "SPC is not allowed!")
	  (throw 'continue nil))

Why is this? Because for instance gmail or an ms-exchange server give
you imap-folders with a space in them. Or is there an obvious way to
quote these names? 

Kind regards,

Wilfred de Bondt

Wilfred de Bondt | 4 Dec 20:21 2007
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[mew-int 2396] Re: Space in imap-folder name

Hello everyone again,

From: Wilfred de Bondt <wilfred <at> cambridgelaan.nl>
> When using some imap-servers, I find that I cannot access imap-folders
> with a space in their name, even though tab-completion suggests their
> name. After some digging in the code I found the following lines in
> mew-minibuf.el
> 
> 	(when (string-match " " folder)
> 	  (mew-warn "SPC is not allowed!")
> 	  (throw 'continue nil))
> 
> Why is this? Because for instance gmail or an ms-exchange server give
> you imap-folders with a space in them. Or is there an obvious way to
> quote these names? 

Sorry for the noise, but installing mew-beta (=mew 5.2.51) from Debian
unstable solved this problem. 

Kind regards,

Wilfred de Bondt

gernot | 5 Dec 06:18 2007
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[mew-int 2397] Using links in HTML messages

Hi,

I'm using w3m to display HTML messages:
(condition-case nil
    (require 'mew-w3m)
  (file-error nil))

That works generally fine, except for links in the HTML. In message
mode my middle mouse button is bound to mew-browse-url-at-mouse (I
guess that's default). However, if the html message contains the
following:

  <a href="the-actual-URL">the name of the link</a>

and I click the middle mouse button on the link, then instead of
starting the browser with "the-actual-URL", it stars it with
"the name of the link" as the URL.

Am I the only one having this problem? Is there a fix for it? I
couldn't find anything in the mew manual.

Gernot

gernot | 5 Dec 06:23 2007
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[mew-int 2398] Composing HTML messages?

Hi,

Is it possible to compose HTML messages (or even better, Text/Html multipart?

Gernot


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