Re: ...working on version 9 — will essential changes be implemented? (was: The Bat! v8.8.9 MSI (3rd attempt))

2019-07-15 Thread Lüko Willms
Hello Gleason, hello everybody, on Montag, 15. Juli 2019 at 00:59 Gleason wrote re ...working on version 9 — will essential changes be implemented? (was: The Bat! v8.8.9 MSI (3rd attempt)) >> So stop talking nonsense about things which are beyond your >> horizon, and stay put in your

Re: ...working on version 9 — will essential changes be implemented? (was: The Bat! v8.8.9 MSI (3rd attempt))

2019-07-15 Thread Lüko Willms
Hello everybody, on Montag, 15. Juli 2019 at 03:41 Thomas Fernandez wrote re ...working on version 9 — will essential changes be implemented? (was: The Bat! v8.8.9 MSI (3rd attempt)) I don't know about blockquotes but what annoys me tremendously is that some HTML messages are simply not

Re: ...working on version 9 — will essential changes be implemented? (was: The Bat! v8.8.9 MSI (3rd attempt))

2019-07-15 Thread Gleason
Lüko, Hello Gleason, hello everybody, on Montag, 15. Juli 2019 at 00:59 Gleason wrote re ...working on version 9 — will essential changes be implemented? (was: The Bat! v8.8.9 MSI (3rd attempt)) >> So stop talking nonsense about things which are beyond your >> horizon, and stay put in

OT Re: ...working on version 9 — will essential changes be implemented?

2019-07-15 Thread Feli Wilcke
Am 15.07.19 um 12:57 schrieb Lüko Willms: don't throw stones into areas which are beyond your horizon and which you obviously do not understand. Cheers, Why are you so offending? And why don't you respect list rules e.g. plain text posting and signature delimiters? Cheers, Feli

Re: ...working on version 9 — will essential changes be implemented? (was: The Bat! v8.8.9 MSI (3rd attempt))

2019-07-15 Thread Gleason
Lüko, > Hello Gleason, hello everybody, > on Montag, 15. Juli 2019 at 00:59 Gleason wrote > re ...working on version 9 — will essential changes be implemented? > (was: The Bat! v8.8.9 MSI (3rd attempt)) > >>> So stop talking nonsense about things which are beyond your >>> horizon, and

Re: The Bat! v8.8.9 MSI (3rd attempt)

2019-07-15 Thread Gunivortus Goos
Hello Maxim , > So the 32-bit version of The Bat! did not have the bug with OpenPGP > signed messages. We have re-writted relevant code in The Bat! to > mitigate the compiler bug. However, we are now working on version 9 > and will unlikely publish a new beta or release soon. So I'd suggest > to

Re: ...working on version 9 — will essential changes be implemented? (was: The Bat! v8.8.9 MSI (3rd attempt))

2019-07-15 Thread Maxim Masiutin via TBBETA
Hello Lüko, We are replacing TB2K/TBX/SpTBX toolbars and menus to DevExpress ribbon controls. Window elements like buttons, checkboxes, radiobuttons, status bars, etc. will have consistent look according to a currently selected theme provided by the DevExpress library. PGP internal

Re: ...working on version 9 — will essential changes be implemented? (was: The Bat! v8.8.9 MSI (3rd attempt))

2019-07-15 Thread Ira
Title: Re: ...working on version 9 — will essential changes be implemented? (was: The Bat! v8.8.9 MSI (3rd attempt)) Hello Maxim, Monday, July 15, 2019, 9:04:21 AM, you wrote: Maxim> We are still committed to compatibility with Windows XP How many customers still use XP? I bet it's in the

Re[2]: ...working on version 9 — will essential changes be implemented? (was: The Bat! v8.8.9 MSI (3rd attempt))

2019-07-15 Thread Paul Van Noord
7/15/2019 2:08 PM Hi Gleason, On 7/15/2019 The you wrote: G> So give The Bat a fair chance. It is the best out there relatively. Agreed! - -- Paul 32bit TB 8.8.2.8 (BETA) Windows 7 Pro 7600 No IMAP No OTFE 'Using TBBETA'

Re: The Bat! v8.8.9 MSI (3rd attempt)

2019-07-15 Thread Maxim Masiutin via TBBETA
Hello Marck, Friday, July 12, 2019, 3:50:46 AM, you wrote: > Interesting! Delphi certainly has issues. We will try to make a small isolated piece of code that reproduces the issue and if we succeed will submit it to the developers of Delphi. We have submitted several bugs them already during

Re: ...working on version 9 — will essential changes be implemented? (was: The Bat! v8.8.9 MSI (3rd attempt))

2019-07-15 Thread Ira
Title: Re: ...working on version 9 — will essential changes be implemented? (was: The Bat! v8.8.9 MSI (3rd attempt)) Hello Gleason, Monday, July 15, 2019, 10:55:48 AM, you wrote: Gleason> So give The Bat a fair chance.  It is the best out there relatively. I do give it a fair chance and I

Re: ...working on version 9 — will essential changes be implemented? (was: The Bat! v8.8.9 MSI (3rd attempt))

2019-07-15 Thread Gleason
Ira, Hello Gleason, Monday, July 15, 2019, 10:55:48 AM, you wrote: Gleason> So give The Bat a fair chance. It is the best out there relatively. I do give it a fair chance and I always upgrade, but that doesn't mean it's not broken. Personally, not one piece of software I've written has

Re: ...working on version 9 — will essential changes be implemented? (was: The Bat! v8.8.9 MSI (3rd attempt))

2019-07-15 Thread NetVicious
lunes, 15 jul. 2019 at 19:55, it seems you wrote: > The Bat - poor support for identities What do you need? I use a lot of email aliases, and with macros in the templates I use each aliases without any problem. I set one folder to receive all the messages sent or received with one alias. And

Re: ...working on version 9 — will essential changes be implemented? (was: The Bat! v8.8.9 MSI (3rd attempt))

2019-07-15 Thread Gleason
NetVicious, > lunes, 15 jul. 2019 at 19:55, it seems you wrote: >> The Bat - poor support for identities > What do you need? > I use a lot of email aliases, and with macros in the templates I use > each aliases without any problem. I set one folder to receive all the > messages sent or

Re: ...working on version 9 — will essential changes be implemented? (was: The Bat! v8.8.9 MSI (3rd attempt))

2019-07-15 Thread Gleason
Ira, > Hello Maxim, > Monday, July 15, 2019, 9:04:21 AM, you wrote: Maxim>> We are still committed to compatibility with Windows XP > How many customers still use XP? I bet it's in the single digit > percent and you're better off leaving them behind. No one who has > any inkling of security