James Noyes | 1 Jun 06:23 2004
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[sylpheed:22997] Re: Sylpheed 0.9.11 released

On Mon, 31 May 2004 22:08:45 +0200
"Thomas F. Schiller" <TFSchiller <at> web.de> wrote:
> What Solaris?
> I still got a problem with libcrypt_i.so.1 of Solaris 9 4/04 and Sylpheed
> claws. If Sylpheed is working I will give it another try.
> 
> Bye
> Thomas
> 
Solaris 9 Sparc, 12/03, current patch cluster.  Please note that my sylpheed
binary doesn't link against libcrypt.  I don't know if this is because I don't
do GPG support, or if it's just a claws thing or what.

Also, I tried claws (0.9.10) this weekend and I'm getting a segfault in one of
the calls to a gtk function, so I don't know quite what's happening there.  I
plan to dig into it a little deeper later this week, starting with a download
of 0.9.11claws.

Cheers,
James Noyes
(jnoyes-sylpheed <at> retrogeeks.com)

Mark Smith | 1 Jun 06:47 2004

[sylpheed:22998] Re: Automatic Signing problem

Hi Xavier,

On Sun, 30 May 2004 12:19:50 +0200
Xavier BAYET <xavier.bayet <at> bxlug.be> wrote:

> archer [at] telebel [dot] de wrote:
> 
> > Hi,
> Hello,
> 
> > Sylpheed has a flaw when I activate "automatically sign" for
> > one account. I have multiple accounts configured, several
> > SMTP accounts. Let's say account foo is my default account
> > and I compose a message. In the compose window, I choose
> > account bar in the "From:" dropdown. When I want to send the
> > message, I'm asked for the passphrase of account foo for
> > signing the message, although I'm sending the message via
> > account bar. Is this intentional or a bug?
> Have you tried to make Sylpheed chose the signature according
> to the account you use ?
> 
> For each account go 'configure account'
> then enter the confidentiality tab
> 
> If your choise is 'use the default GNUPG key' then you will use
> the same key for all your accounts. (this seems to be your
> case) If your choise is 'use key according to mail adress'
> Sylpheed will chose amongst you keys the one that corresponds.
> The third choise is to manually indicate the key to use for an
> account.
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Stefaan A Eeckels | 1 Jun 07:25 2004
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[sylpheed:22999] Re: Sylpheed 0.9.11 released

On Mon, 31 May 2004 13:22:59 +0900
Hiroyuki Yamamoto <hiro-y <at> kcn.ne.jp> wrote:

>     * The spring-loaded folder has been implemented for the folder view.

Excuse my ignorance, but what is a spring-loaded folder?

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Sébastien Pérot | 1 Jun 11:50 2004
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[sylpheed:23000] Re: Sylpheed 0.9.11 released

On Tue, 1 Jun 2004 07:25:17 +0200, Stefaan A Eeckels wrote:
> On Mon, 31 May 2004 13:22:59 +0900
> Hiroyuki Yamamoto <hiro-y <at> kcn.ne.jp> wrote:
> 
> >     * The spring-loaded folder has been implemented for the folder
> >     view.
> 
> Excuse my ignorance, but what is a spring-loaded folder?

A parent folder that expands itself after a short moment when you drag
an item on it and hold the mouse button.

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Stefaan A Eeckels | 1 Jun 12:09 2004
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[sylpheed:23001] Re: Sylpheed 0.9.11 released

On Tue, 1 Jun 2004 11:50:27 +0200
Sébastien Pérot <ml <at> sebism.org> wrote:

> On Tue, 1 Jun 2004 07:25:17 +0200, Stefaan A Eeckels wrote:
> > On Mon, 31 May 2004 13:22:59 +0900
> > Hiroyuki Yamamoto <hiro-y <at> kcn.ne.jp> wrote:
> > 
> > >     * The spring-loaded folder has been implemented for the folder
> > >     view.
> > 
> > Excuse my ignorance, but what is a spring-loaded folder?
> 
> A parent folder that expands itself after a short moment when you drag
> an item on it and hold the mouse button.

Thanks Sébastien. It does indeed work as advertised.

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Emily Jackson | 1 Jun 13:00 2004
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[sylpheed:23002] Re: Sylpheed 0.9.11 released

On Mon, 31 May 2004 21:02:17 +0200
Ducrohet Vincent <vincent.ducrohet <at> cegetel.net> wrote:

> Please, send us two or three screenshots of sylpheed under OS X to see
> this beautiful stuff !!

Here's a link to a scrennshot of sylpheed running on my Mac (using the
Aqualin GTK theme):
<http://home.hiwaay.net/~emilyj/pictures_2/syl_osx.png>.

[BTW, I finally got sylpheed-claws to compile on OS X, but the program
didn't work very well--I had to keep quitting and restarting it, and
message counts weren't updated properly. I guess I'll have to stick with
vanilla sylpheed.]

Emily

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Stephan von Krawczynski | 1 Jun 15:36 2004

[sylpheed:23003] Re: Sylpheed 0.9.11 released

On Mon, 31 May 2004 13:22:59 +0900
Hiroyuki Yamamoto <hiro-y <at> kcn.ne.jp> wrote:

> Hello,
> 
> Sylpheed 0.9.11 has been released.

Just upgraded from 0.9.8 and found out that the print option vanished from
context-menu for emails. Was this intended?

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Xavier BAYET | 1 Jun 19:21 2004
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[sylpheed:23004] Re: Sylpheed 0.9.11 released

Sébastien Pérot écrivait:

[...]
> > 
> > Excuse my ignorance, but what is a spring-loaded folder?
> 
> A parent folder that expands itself after a short moment when you drag
> an item on it and hold the mouse button.

Speaking of dragging and dropping, is there  way to drag-n-drop more
than one mail at the time? I selected 2 mails ([Ctrl] + [clic]) but the
messages simply refused to move. I even had to [Ctrl] + [clic] on each
to deselect them (what makes me think of a multiple selection problem).

Using Sylpheed 0.9.10 on Debian Sarge.

If it's already been posted or solved in 0.9.11, apologies.

Xavier

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Xavier BAYET | 1 Jun 19:38 2004
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[sylpheed:23005] Re: Automatic Signing problem

Mark Smith écrivait:

> Hi Xavier,
Hi Mark,

[...]

> > For each account go 'configure account'
> > then enter the confidentiality tab
> > 
> > If your choise is 'use the default GNUPG key' then you will use
> > the same key for all your accounts. (this seems to be your
> > case) If your choise is 'use key according to mail adress'
> > Sylpheed will chose amongst you keys the one that corresponds.
> > The third choise is to manually indicate the key to use for an
> > account.
> > 
> > I use Sylpheed 0.9.10 with 5 different accounts and I did this
> > for each account ... and it works fine for me.
> > 
> 
> I think what you are doing, and what Robert and I are doing is
> slightly different. Robert and I don't want to be signing emails
> from some accounts, rather than signing all emails using
> different private keys.

Then sign with non-existing key (see further)

> The issue we are having is that the sign option of our default
> account is too "sticky" - it is carrying over even when selecting
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Joachim Selinger | 1 Jun 20:12 2004
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[sylpheed:23006] Re: Sylpheed 0.9.11 released


Hello Xavier!

On Tue, 1 Jun 2004 19:21:15 +0200
Xavier BAYET <xavier.bayet <at> bxlug.be> wrote:

XB> Sébastien Pérot écrivait:
XB> 
XB> [...]
XB> > > 
XB> > > Excuse my ignorance, but what is a spring-loaded folder?
XB> > 
XB> > A parent folder that expands itself after a short moment when you drag
XB> > an item on it and hold the mouse button.
XB> 
XB> Speaking of dragging and dropping, is there  way to drag-n-drop more
XB> than one mail at the time? I selected 2 mails ([Ctrl] + [clic]) but the
XB> messages simply refused to move. I even had to [Ctrl] + [clic] on each
XB> to deselect them (what makes me think of a multiple selection problem).
XB> 
XB> Using Sylpheed 0.9.10 on Debian Sarge.

Strange, because for me it works since I can remember. (Running SuSE
9.1 right now). I move multiple messages very often. To make clear
how:

select one message with Click
select more messages with Ctrl-Click or Shift-Click (for a range)
pick up the whole block by clicking and holding one marked messages,
  move that over to the new folder.
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