On Thu, 15 Apr 2010 16:59:13 -0400, Jameson Rollins <jrollins at finestructure.net> wrote: > I actually *really* don't like that the space bar does this. In fact, I > build my own notmuch-show-advance function in a notmuch-hacks.el that I > load to expressly get around this.
Well we definitely do need that operation ("advance to next thread without archiving" to complement our existing "advance to next thread after archiving"). Any suggestions for what the keybinding should be for that? What are you using? And once we have that, changing space bar to only operate within the current thread and not doing any advancing will definitely make it a lot less magic and less confusing. So I'm in favor of that at least. > The only tag manipulation I want > done automatically is removal of "unread" when I visit a message. Other > than that, I want to do all tag manipulation manually. So I would be > thrilled is this "feature" was removed entirely, which would of course > get rid of this bug as well. The bug is still present for the explicit "archive this thread" operation, (even if we disentangled it from any notion of advancing to the next thread). So we'll still want to fix that. > > [*] My tag:to-me is set by a script doing "notmuch tag +to-me > > to:cworth at cworth.org or to:carl.d.worth at intel.com ...". I'd prefer > > this > > to be a saved-search of course---that's one of the patches I haven't had > > a chance to review yet. > > I've asked this in the past, but isn't this exactly what notmuch > "folders" are? Is there a reason you don't just define this search as a > folder? I can define to-me as a folder (and I do do that). The reason I want saved searches is that I also want to have folders such as "notmuch to-me", "cairo to-me", etc. with common sub-expressions for what to-me means. And if I add an email address I want to be able to update that in 1 place rather than in N different folder specification. It's probably simpler to call these "search macros" rather than "saved searches", because that's all the feature really is. -Carl -------------- next part -------------- A non-text attachment was scrubbed... Name: not available Type: application/pgp-signature Size: 189 bytes Desc: not available URL: <http://notmuchmail.org/pipermail/notmuch/attachments/20100417/7f6e2328/attachment.pgp>