S> Well, it means adding a new option. Why do you think it's needed?
Well, for instance because you may be sending to a mailing list where HTML is
not accepted or not appreciated (hint, hint), or because you are sending a
message to a server that will process it automatically, but only if it's
S> That's the idea actually - to switch to HTML from plain text
S> automatically once any HTML-specific feature is required.
Sounds like a nice feature, but can it be turned off too?
And do users keep the option of setting format (plain text or html) manually?
When I drag and drop
E> That does not work.
There are two registry entries that must both point to the same mail client:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Clients\mail > (Default) value = The Bat!
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Clients\Mail > (Default) Value = The Bat!
Having said that, this is a beta test
> Since recently my The Bat! stopped sending messages claiming
> "there's no From field". See the picture attached.
Are you quite sure that this is a beta issue..?
For a probable solution, see this message in the regular forum:
S> If I set different styling (Colors & Styles) for Unread messages for
color group this
S> applied to Message list but not Folder tree.
Make a new color group. You cannot use the generic group for this
M> I use a 3rd party tool called StrokesPlus to summon and dismiss TB
M> with a mouse stroke that emits the system hotkey defined in the TB
M> system hotkeys
Why? I have The Bat set up to minimize to the system tray as well (and
not to the task bar), and to call or dismiss the program, I simply
T> Good point, but we all use the same firewall / anti-virus
The question is if they treat Outlook and The Bat the same or not.
Anyway, let's see first if Ritlabs can reproduce your delay.
'Using TBBETA' information:
T> However, it is more a workaround than the fix of the problem.
My suggestion was not specific to your problem. Servers and connections
can be slow, unresponsive or unavailable at any time and this is not
under The Bat's control. Pre-rendering would be the best solution to
address that; it
>> It takes a full minute to render. Slows down work to an unacceptable time,
>> and freezes TB! during that time. It totally interrupts the work flow.
S> From what I see, the problem is not with HTML itself, it contains
S> images from external links and they are downloaded slow here so on a
For me, both downloaded within 15s each, and integrity-tested OK. The
actual links were:
>> If I insert a hard line-break by hitting at the end of a
>> line and press at the start of the next line, it means that I
>> want the text on that new line to start indented away from the
>> window edge.
Heartily agreed! :-)
S> I'm afraid, you do not understand what plain text is - it's
J> I very much like MicroEd, but almost everything about it is a black
J> hole for me. Like I implied in my original message, there is hardly
J> any documentation regarding the editor... list of keyboard
J> For some time I have noticed that every time I use Alt-L in MicroEd
J> to reset the flow of a paragraph, the Windows system sound (Windows
J> Background.wav) plays.
I'm not sure if this is even a possible explanation, but could it be
that Alt-L on your system is also assigned to an event in:
M> I tried again and this time no error, just the S.O. window but
M> completely empty: No account to select and no filters.
M> Any confirmation?
A user of a regular (non-beta) version had the same or a similar
problem. He suggested that the recent Windows 10 '2004' update might
M> [..] longer standing issue I have that nobody here was able to confirm.
In those circumstances the cause is probably something quite unique to
that particular system. Have you tried starting Windows in Safe Mode to
disable a bunch of drivers and services that might be interfering?
S> This one must be resolved when we start using Chromium engine. Both
S> rendering engines used in The Bat! now are outdated beyond repair, I'm
Thanks, but are you sure that the rendering engine is involved
Hi Stefan, good to see you return to the bat's nest and I'm glad that
The Bat's development will get a new impulse.
I've seen quite a few fixes of inconveniences and annoyances requested,
but I think the pita that deserves priority is the one that, for quite
a few people, causes The Bat to not
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