On 13.02.18 14:50, David wrote: > On 2/13/2018 2:13 AM, Patrick Brunschwig wrote: >> On 12.02.18 21:45, David wrote: >>> I can 'check the box' but it does not stay. I can change the wording of >>> the 'encrypted Subject wording' and it stays changed. The feature does >>> not change the entered Subject:. >>> >>> >>> Suggestions please? >> >> I think there's an error in the preferences dialog - the value from the >> GUI is not related to the preference used in Enigmail. >> >> You got a dialog asking you if you want to enable "Encrypted Subjects" >> or not. If you didn't click on "Encrypt Subjects" then the feature is >> off by default and you can turn it on for every message individually. To >> change the behavior, you can change the hidden preference >> "extensions.enigmail.protectedHeaders". Setting the value to 2 will >> enable the feature permanently. >> >> -Patrick > > Understood. At the prompt 'no' means never and forever. 'Yes' means > always and forever. And the GUI 'check box' in the preferences appears > to do do nothing.
Not quite. The prompt only changes the default. You can still adjust it using the toggle icon in the toolbar. I already fixed the bug in the preferences dialog, such that it will in the future allow to change the default as explained above. > Related. Enigmail 2.0 beta 1 'removed' the Lock and Pencil Icons that > were present in Enigmail 1.9.9 (can be returned by "Customize") and > while doing that I found a Icon that toggles "Protect subject" per message> > In the GUI, where the 'checkbox' does nothing, if I edit the 'message' > to change the 'Encrypted subject' it breaks the feature and the Subject > is not 'protected'. I can't reproduce that. It works as expected for me. -Patrick
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