On 10 Feb 2017, at 22:39, Max Rydahl Andersen wrote:
Ok. I'll give it some more thought to see if I can come up with
something more flexible.
don't let my crazy ideas stop you from doing whatever simple solution
you can do now - your solution described above sounds super for me
even if I had to set it up on each mailbox.
I dropped this approach and decided on a different approach. I've added
the minimum needed (I think) for you to do what you want, but it's a
system that can be extended and made more configurable when needed. For
now, you can add something like this to your key bindings:
"x" = ( "toggleFilterKey:", "unread" );
The general idea is that a set of keys can be defined and each of these
can be toggled to enable/disable various “temporary” filters. The
current state is not saved between launches of MailMate. Any mailboxes
based on the currently selected mailbox are also affected when toggling.
It also works when selecting multiple mailboxes. There's no visual
feedback on whether or not a key is enabled.
For now, the only supported key is `unread` and it's hardcoded into
MailMate. This features is in the next update of MailMate.
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