Re: 9.2.0.3

2020-06-18 Thread mse
Hello Miroslav,

MF> the first time you view an HTML mail, a window should open with the 
following text.

MF> [  ] Load all images and scripts
MF> [  ] Always load all images and scripts
MF> [  ] Do not load images and scripts
MF> [  ] Don't ask me again

MF> The selected settings should then be saved in the options. In addition, the
MF> button for downloading images should still be available if you have selected
MF> the option 'Load all images and scripts' or 'Do not load images and 
scripts'.

That is a good start.

However, I would like to ask Ritlabs about the future of the Image Download 
Manager. In addition to the current "allow all" and "allow nothing" the IDM 
allows 
selection of downloadable content on a variety of criteria. Especially 
if some helpful images can be downloaded from domain A and a tracking 
pixel from domain B can be blocked.

It would be a shame to discard such a helpful tool that allows users 
to finely balance between content and security.

Best regards,
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Re: 9.2.0.3

2020-06-18 Thread Gleason

Miroslav,

> Hello Gleason,

>> I like it best if I can set it as an option in program setup rather
>> than clicking on a button/link to download images for a specific email.

> the first time you view an HTML mail, a window should open with the following 
> text.

> [  ] Load all images and scripts
> [  ] Always load all images and scripts
> [  ] Do not load images and scripts
> [  ] Don't ask me again

> The selected settings should then be saved in the options. In addition, the
> button for downloading images should still be available if you have selected
> the option 'Load all images and scripts' or 'Do not load images and scripts'.

On the other hand, I see no reason for email to have scripts.  Ok,
provide the option, but make it separate from images.

> That would be my suggestion for viewing HTML mails in TheBat!
> --
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> Miroslav

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Re: 9.2.0.3

2020-06-18 Thread Miroslav Florensen
Hello Gleason,

> I like it best if I can set it as an option in program setup rather
> than clicking on a button/link to download images for a specific email.

the first time you view an HTML mail, a window should open with the following 
text.

[  ] Load all images and scripts
[  ] Always load all images and scripts
[  ] Do not load images and scripts
[  ] Don't ask me again

The selected settings should then be saved in the options. In addition, the
button for downloading images should still be available if you have selected
the option 'Load all images and scripts' or 'Do not load images and scripts'.

That would be my suggestion for viewing HTML mails in TheBat!
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Re: 9.2.0.3

2020-06-18 Thread MAU
Hello Richard,

> Hello,
>
>
>>> ** Do not place as default download all images on the HTML Viewer **
MF>> Agreed!
>>> ** Tooltip/hint  on  links of the HTML Viewer **
MF>> Agreed!
> Agree to both.
>
> --
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>  Richardmailto:newmangroup@gmail.com
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It  was  only 2 day ago that you were "trouted" by moderator for using
HTML on the list.


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Re: 9.2.0.3

2020-06-18 Thread Gleason

Richard,

> Hello,

>>> ** Do not place as default download all images on the HTML Viewer **
MF>> Agreed!
>>> ** Tooltip/hint  on  links of the HTML Viewer **
MF>> Agreed!
> Agree to both.

This is a very old argument.  Perhaps soon on the horizon the day will
come where we don't need to continue to hash this out.

I, for one, wish to have an option to download all images automatically.
I like it best if I can set it as an option in program setup rather than
clicking on a button/link to download images for a specific email.
No, I really don't want to open a browser to view an email.  That
doesn't seem to me to have any advantage of security, etc.  To me
it feels like an annoyance to need to do that.

My email provider effectively filters out viruses and other nasties.
I never see them.

> --
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>  Richardmailto:newmangroup@gmail.com
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Re: 9.2.0.3

2020-06-18 Thread Richard Newman
Hello,


>> ** Do not place as default download all images on the HTML Viewer **
MF> Agreed!
>> ** Tooltip/hint  on  links of the HTML Viewer **
MF> Agreed!
Agree to both.

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Re[2]: 9.2.0.3

2020-06-18 Thread Paul Van Noord
6/18/2020  11:43 AM

Hi Stefan,

On 6/18/2020 you wrote:

>> ** Do not place as default download all images on the HTML Viewer **

STvT> I also think that allowing download external images is not a good
STvT> idea, but the reality is - many HTML messages are so badly laid out
STvT> that it's almost impossible to read them without images downloaded and
STvT> (more important) people just think that program is not working right,
STvT> so it just turns many people away and/or creates additional pressure
STvT> to our support. What I would agree here that there is some work to be
STvT> done to make people aware of the external links problem and provide as
STvT> much sensible options/tools as possible.

>> The Bat! was created as a very secure email client and usually all the
>> options related to security and to avoid spam had as default option to
>> be secure.

STvT> The Bat! was created as a comfortable email client in the first place,
STvT> so it's a really tough choice you're talking about! :-)

I  have  been  doubleclicking  browser  icon in "un-readable" html for 2
decades.  Why  duplicate the effort of the browser in an email client? I
never  had  a problem explaining  this to my clients. Almost all of them
since  1998  have  appreciated  the  merits  of  The  Bat! handling html
messages.  I use Maildroid on all my Android devices because it emulates
The Bat! behavior.

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Re: 9.2.0.3

2020-06-18 Thread Miroslav Florensen
Hello Stefan,

> (more important) people just think that program is not working
> right, so it just turns many people away and/or creates additional
> pressure to our support.

I don't think that circumstance scares people off.

At least there is a big button to reload the pictures - this is standard on
many e-mail clients. And whoever finds the way to TheBat! is probably
rather surprised by the default setting of automatic loading.

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Re: 9.2.0.3

2020-06-18 Thread Stefan Tanurkov via TBBETA
Hello NetVicious, 

> ** Do not place as default download all images on the HTML Viewer **

I also think that allowing download external images is not a good
idea, but the reality is - many HTML messages are so badly laid out
that it's almost impossible to read them without images downloaded and
(more important) people just think that program is not working right,
so it just turns many people away and/or creates additional pressure
to our support. What I would agree here that there is some work to be
done to make people aware of the external links problem and provide as
much sensible options/tools as possible.

> The Bat! was created as a very secure email client and usually all the
> options related to security and to avoid spam had as default option to
> be secure.

The Bat! was created as a comfortable email client in the first place,
so it's a really tough choice you're talking about! :-)

> ** Tooltip/hint  on  links of the HTML Viewer **

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Re: 9.2.0.3

2020-06-18 Thread Viktor Kabelac
Hello Stuart and mse,

Thursday, June 18, 2020, 2:36:43 PM, you wrote:

>> Is this a feature and there to stay, or are those new libraries that
>> can/will be tweaked to more compact display?

> See Options/Preferences/Other Options Botton 2 choices.
That's it - thanks for the hint! :)

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Re: 9.2.0.3

2020-06-18 Thread Stuart Cuddy
Hello Viktor,
Thursday, June 18, 2020, 7:09:46 AM, you wrote:

> Is this a feature and there to stay, or are those new libraries that
> can/will be tweaked to more compact display?

See Options/Preferences/Other Options Botton 2 choices.

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Re: 9.2.0.3

2020-06-18 Thread mse
Hello Viktor,

VK> One thing I noticed, not having kept in touch for a few weeks: the new
VK> versions (9.1.116 not, 91.1.18 seems to already be affected) seem to have
VK> much more vertical spacing in tree views (folders, message list):

VK> I tend to like the older more compact view more.

VK> Is this a feature and there to stay, or are those new libraries that
VK> can/will be tweaked to more compact display?

You can tweak them already via program Preferences / Other options.

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Re: 9.2.0.3

2020-06-18 Thread Viktor Kabelac
Hello Stefan,

Tuesday, June 16, 2020, 1:43:35 PM, you wrote:
> https://www.ritlabs.com/download/files3/the_bat/beta/tb9.2.0.3-x32.7z
Running here - thank you!

One thing I noticed, not having kept in touch for a few weeks: the new
versions (9.1.116 not, 91.1.18 seems to already be affected) seem to have
much more vertical spacing in tree views (folders, message list):
 Current: https://paste.pics/9C4DF
 Previous: https://paste.pics/9C4E7

I tend to like the older more compact view more.

Is this a feature and there to stay, or are those new libraries that
can/will be tweaked to more compact display?

Thank you!

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Re: 9.2.0.3

2020-06-18 Thread Gwen
Hello NetVicious,

On Thu, 18 Jun 2020, at 01:16:34 [GMT +0200] (which was 01:16 where I
live) NetVicious wrote:

> 2 suggestions.

You already had created two feature wishes in Ritlabs Tracker
https://bt.ritlabs.com ? 
If not please do so.
And give us the links to bug tracker so we can upvote.

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Re: 9.2.0.3

2020-06-18 Thread Miroslav Florensen
Hello NetVicious,

> ** Do not place as default download all images on the HTML Viewer **

Agreed!


> ** Tooltip/hint  on  links of the HTML Viewer **

Agreed!

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Re: 9.2.0.3

2020-06-18 Thread Gwen
Hello NetVicious,

On Thu, 18 Jun 2020, at 01:16:34 [GMT +0200] (which was 01:16 where I
live) NetVicious wrote:

> 2 suggestions.
>
> ** Do not place as default download all images on the HTML Viewer **

Agreed!

> ** Tooltip/hint  on  links of the HTML Viewer **
>
> I used this feature to see with url a link has below it. This was very
> useful  for  pishing emails which usually are very very similar to the
> original ones but the links point to a fake domain.

Agreed!

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Re: 9.2.0.3

2020-06-18 Thread MAU
Hello NetVicious,

> 2 suggestions.
>
> ** Do not place as default download all images on the HTML Viewer **

Agreed.

> ** Tooltip/hint  on  links of the HTML Viewer **

Agreed.

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Re: 9.2.0.3

2020-06-18 Thread Mark Partous
Hello Stefan,


Tuesday, June 16, 2020, 1:43:35 PM, you wrote:

STvT> [-] Copy didn't work in HTML viewer

Still doesn't work over here...


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Re: 9.2.0.3 HTML rendering

2020-06-17 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Stefan,

On Wed, 17 Jun 2020 19:13:37 +0300 GMT (17-Jun-20, 23:13 +0700 GMT),
Stefan Tanurkov via TBBETA wrote:

> Hello Andrew,

>> Lowering the stakes, how about a stable build just without the Chromium?

> Nope, sorry. Moving to CEF is one of the key points of the coming
> release, so we need to deal with the problems caused by introducing
> it now and I don't see why we cannot overcome it.

FWIW I was so annoyed with the previous implementation of HTML, that I
am now considering whether to change my work machine to this beta - I
would usually never run a beta version of any software on my work
machine.

The new HTML viewer still has some quirks, but I am sure we can work
this out before the next release. that's what the beta series is for.
;-)

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Re: 9.2.0.3 HTML viewer

2020-06-17 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello NetVicious,

On Thu, 18 Jun 2020 01:16:34 +0200 GMT (18-Jun-20, 6:16 +0700 GMT),
NetVicious wrote:

> martes, 16 jun. 2020 at 13:43, it seems you wrote:

>> [-] Copy didn't work in HTML viewer

> Thanks for the fix.

> 2 suggestions.

> ** Do not place as default download all images on the HTML Viewer **

> The Bat! was created as a very secure email client and usually all the
> options related to security and to avoid spam had as default option to
> be secure.

> I see the default option after the HTML viewer change it's to download
> all external resources (Automatically download all)

> IMHO  this  option  should be set by default to the more conservative
> option "Download all resources only manually"

Agreed. I really liked the botton we had that switched from internal
to external viewer. What it did in effect was switch between
downloading pictures or not. And I had the option of "whitelisting"
picture sources that I could trust.

> ** Tooltip/hint  on  links of the HTML Viewer **

> I used this feature to see with url a link has below it. This was very
> useful  for  pishing emails which usually are very very similar to the
> original ones but the links point to a fake domain.

I really miss this too. In some HTML mais, I want to see whether the
link sends me to the website it promises, or whether it will send me
to an URL that will potentially install malware on my computer. I
don't like to blindly click.

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Re[2]: 9.2.0.3

2020-06-17 Thread Paul Van Noord
6/17/2020  7:36 PM

Hi The,

On 6/17/2020 The Bat Beta wrote:

N> 2 suggestions.

N> ** Do not place as default download all images on the HTML Viewer **

N> The Bat! was created as a very secure email client and usually all the 
N> options related to security and to avoid spam had as default option to 
N> be secure.

N> I see the default option after the HTML viewer change it's to download 
N> all external resources (Automatically download all)

N> IMHO  this  option  should be set by default to the more conservative 
N> option "Download all resources only manually"

N> ** Tooltip/hint  on  links of the HTML Viewer **

N> I used this feature to see with url a link has below it. This was very
N> useful  for  pishing emails which usually are very very similar to the
N> original ones but the links point to a fake domain.

  Agreed!

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Re: 9.2.0.3

2020-06-17 Thread NetVicious
martes, 16 jun. 2020 at 13:43, it seems you wrote:

> [-] Copy didn't work in HTML viewer

Thanks for the fix.

2 suggestions.

** Do not place as default download all images on the HTML Viewer **

The Bat! was created as a very secure email client and usually all the 
options related to security and to avoid spam had as default option to 
be secure.

I see the default option after the HTML viewer change it's to download 
all external resources (Automatically download all)

IMHO  this  option  should be set by default to the more conservative 
option "Download all resources only manually"

** Tooltip/hint  on  links of the HTML Viewer **

I used this feature to see with url a link has below it. This was very
useful  for  pishing emails which usually are very very similar to the
original ones but the links point to a fake domain.

Regards,


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Re: 9.2.0.3

2020-06-17 Thread Stefan Tanurkov via TBBETA
Hello Andrew, 

> Lowering the stakes, how about a stable build just without the Chromium?

Nope, sorry. Moving to CEF is one of the key points of the coming release, so 
we need to deal with the problems caused by introducing it now and I don't see 
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Re: 9.2.0.3

2020-06-17 Thread Gleason

Andrew,

> Hello Gwen,

> Wednesday, June 17, 2020, 11:27:43 PM, you wrote:

>> If selecting some HTML message in message list two new The Bat!
>> Chromium CEF processes are started and cause freezes for 2-3 sec.

> Stefan,

> 13 June 2020, 00:09:39  (Sat, 13 Jun 2020 00:09:39 +0930) I wrote:
>> Would it be possible to release a "stable" build without DevExpress
>> widgets _and_ without Chromium?..

> Lowering the stakes, how about a stable build just without the Chromium?

Can't satisfy all the people all the time.
Half the people half the time?  Maybe, half the time.


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Re[2]: 9.2.0.3

2020-06-17 Thread Andrew Savchenko
Hello Gwen,

Wednesday, June 17, 2020, 11:27:43 PM, you wrote:

> If selecting some HTML message in message list two new The Bat!
> Chromium CEF processes are started and cause freezes for 2-3 sec.

Stefan,

13 June 2020, 00:09:39  (Sat, 13 Jun 2020 00:09:39 +0930) I wrote:
> Would it be possible to release a "stable" build without DevExpress
> widgets _and_ without Chromium?..

Lowering the stakes, how about a stable build just without the Chromium?


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Re: 9.2.0.3

2020-06-17 Thread Gwen
Hello The,

On Wed, 17 Jun 2020, at 15:46:01 [GMT +0200] (which was 15:46 where I
live) Gwen wrote:

> ⚠  BUG:
> The Bat! freezes interaction on itself and Windows for 4-6 seconds.
> Selecting other messages results is blocked interaction, too.
> Seems loading of Chromium CEF cause this.

If selecting some HTML message in message list two new The Bat!
Chromium CEF processes are started and cause freezes for 2-3 sec.


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Re: 9.2.0.3

2020-06-17 Thread Gwen
Hello Stefan,

On Tue, 16 Jun 2020, at 14:43:35 [GMT +0300] (which was 13:43 where I
live) Stefan wrote:

> Version 9.2.0.3 (BETA) can be downloaded from
>
> https://www.ritlabs.com/download/files3/the_bat/beta/tb9.2.0.3-x32.7z

⚠  BUG:
The Bat! freezes interaction on itself and Windows for 4-6 seconds.
Selecting other messages results is blocked interaction, too.
Seems loading of Chromium CEF cause this.
Bad issue!

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Re: 9.2.0.3

2020-06-17 Thread Curt at Down in the Country
Hello Stefan,

U

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 Sent from my office desktop by The Bat!
 Using The Bat! Version 9.2.0.3 (BETA) (64-bit) Windows 7  (32)
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Re: 9.2.0.3

2020-06-16 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello Stefan,

On Tue, 16 Jun 2020 14:43:35 +0300 GMT (16-Jun-20, 18:43 +0700 GMT),
Stefan Tanurkov via TBBETA wrote:

> Dear All,

> Version 9.2.0.3 (BETA) can be downloaded from

> https://www.ritlabs.com/download/files3/the_bat/beta/tb9.2.0.3-x64.7z

U

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Re: 9.2.0.3

2020-06-16 Thread Miroslav Florensen
Hello Stefan,

in HTML mails the search is no longer available; in plain text it still works.

Right click in an HTML mail » Search (Ctrl+F)

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Re: 9.2.0.3

2020-06-16 Thread Stuart Cuddy
Hello Stuart,
Tuesday, June 16, 2020, 6:55:16 AM, you wrote:

>> [-] Copy didn't work in HTML viewer

> Still does not work here. 

Bug report https://bt.ritlabs.com/view.php?id=2035 

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Re: 9.2.0.3

2020-06-16 Thread Ethan J. Mings
June 16, 2020

Hello Marcus,

Tuesday, June 16, 2020, 8:29:00 AM, you wrote:

>> Tuesday, June 16, 2020, 6:43:35 AM, you wrote:

>>> [-] Copy didn't work in HTML viewer

>> Still does not work here. 

>> Highlight text in HTML message.
>> Copy using Ctrl-C
>> Open new mail.
>> Paste using Ctrl-V
>> It still pastes the last thing you copied, not the one from HTML message.

>  confirm here.
>  Does not work for me either in the x64 version

I can confirm the same problem still exists in 9.2.0.3

Jerry

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Re: 9.2.0.3

2020-06-16 Thread Ethan J. Mings
June 16, 2020

Hello Stefan,

Tuesday, June 16, 2020, 7:43:35 AM, you wrote:

> https://www.ritlabs.com/download/files3/the_bat/beta/tb9.2.0.3-x64.7z

Installed and running.

Jerry

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1-200 North Service Road W. - Suite 311 | Oakville, Ontario, Canada. L6M 2Y1
Phone 905-825-9938 or 1-877-763-7776 | e-mail supportd...@thedesk.ca
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Re: 9.2.0.3

2020-06-16 Thread Marcus Jaeger
Tuesday, June 16, 2020, 1:55:16 PM, you wrote:

> Hello Stefan,
> Tuesday, June 16, 2020, 6:43:35 AM, you wrote:

>> [-] Copy didn't work in HTML viewer

> Still does not work here. 

> Highlight text in HTML message.
> Copy using Ctrl-C
> Open new mail.
> Paste using Ctrl-V
> It still pastes the last thing you copied, not the one from HTML message.

 confirm here.
 Does not work for me either in the x64 version

 cheers

 Marcus 




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Re: 9.2.0.3

2020-06-16 Thread Gleason

Stefan,

> Dear All,

> Version 9.2.0.3 (BETA) can be downloaded from

> https://www.ritlabs.com/download/files3/the_bat/beta/tb9.2.0.3-x32.7z
> https://www.ritlabs.com/download/files3/the_bat/beta/tb9.2.0.3-x64.7z

> Here is  a short list of changes:

> [-] Different small and large icons for all windows are back
> [-] HTML viewer popup menu positioning on high DPI
> [-] Copy didn't work in HTML viewer

This version remembers tool bar changes.  Thanks.


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Re: 9.2.0.3

2020-06-16 Thread Stuart Cuddy
Hello Stefan,
Tuesday, June 16, 2020, 6:43:35 AM, you wrote:

> [-] Copy didn't work in HTML viewer

Still does not work here. 

Highlight text in HTML message.
Copy using Ctrl-C
Open new mail.
Paste using Ctrl-V
It still pastes the last thing you copied, not the one from HTML message.

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9.2.0.3

2020-06-16 Thread Stefan Tanurkov via TBBETA
Dear All,

Version 9.2.0.3 (BETA) can be downloaded from

https://www.ritlabs.com/download/files3/the_bat/beta/tb9.2.0.3-x32.7z
https://www.ritlabs.com/download/files3/the_bat/beta/tb9.2.0.3-x64.7z

Here is  a short list of changes:

[-] Different small and large icons for all windows are back
[-] HTML viewer popup menu positioning on high DPI
[-] Copy didn't work in HTML viewer


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Stefan Tanurkov



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