Glyphs

2000-07-26 Thread Tony Boom
Hello TBUDL, I seem to have misplaced my alternate glyph images. Can someone please refresh my memory as to where to obtain them from please. -- _ Best regards, [EMAIL PROTECTED] Tony. Using The

Re: Glyphs

2000-07-26 Thread Syafril Hermansyah
Hello Tony Boom, Responding to your article on Wednesday, July 26, 2000 at 10:31:07 GMT +0100 (which was 26/07/2000 16:31 GMT +0700 my Local Time) : TB I seem to have misplaced my alternate glyph images. TB Can someone please refresh my memory as to where to obtain them TB from please.

Re: Just got the 1.45 announcement

2000-07-26 Thread Marck D. Pearlstone
Hi Tom, On 26 July 2000 at 17:07:16 GMT -0700 (which was 01:07 where I live) [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote and made these points on the subject of "Just got the 1.45 announcement": TP Ok so the 1.45 announcement just fell into my mailbox today, and TP it appears as though there are some "must have"

O/T neeed copy of TDUDL mailing list commands for this server

2000-07-26 Thread Andrew J. Gnoza, III
Sorry for this O/T request I can not find the original e mail sent to me when I subscribed to TBUDL. I would appreciate teh "help" command to get the commands or a copy e mailed to me. I am not receiving the DIGEST and need to address the server thank you -- Andrew J. Gnoza, III

Re: Glyphs

2000-07-26 Thread Daniel Hutchinson
Wednesday, July 26, 2000, 4:31:07 AM, Tony Boom wrote: TB Can someone please refresh my memory as to where to obtain them TB from please. I believe you're talking about the following site: http://www.glyphweb.com/graphics.html HTH. Hutch

Re: O/T neeed copy of TDUDL mailing list commands for this server

2000-07-26 Thread Syafril Hermansyah
Hello Andrew J. Gnoza, III, Responding to your article on Wednesday, July 26, 2000 at 06:58:15 GMT -0500 (which was 26/07/2000 18:58 GMT +0700 my Local Time) : AJGI Sorry for this O/T request AJGI I can not find the original e mail sent to me when I subscribed to AJGI TBUDL. I would

Re[2]: TB! Version 1.45 and Version 1.45 S/MIME

2000-07-26 Thread Gerd Ewald
Hello Marck, Tuesday, July 25, 2000, 11:51:19 AM, you wrote: snip MDP ... and I have always used a single executable folder. Does that mean you use the mail- and spell-folder of the final version; the only difference is that the exe-file (fv) is replaced by that one of the beta version ?

Re: TB! Version 1.45 and Version 1.45 S/MIME

2000-07-26 Thread Marck D. Pearlstone
Hi Gerd, On 26 July 2000 at 14:37:10 GMT +0200 (which was 13:37 where I live) [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote and made these points on the subject of "TB! Version 1.45 and Version 1.45 S/MIME": MDP ... and I have always used a single executable folder. GE Does that mean you use the mail- and

Re: only one pop3 check possible

2000-07-26 Thread Wolfgang Armbruster
Hello David, On Mittwoch, 26. Juli 2000, 15:40:41 you wrote: DP I just downloaded v 1.45. I want to switch from outlook2k to The Bat!. but I DP encoutered a strange problem: DP under win2k prof (german) it is only possible to check for mails once. every ...can't confirm this! I'm using

Re[2]: Mouse Select

2000-07-26 Thread Ben Pugsley
Hello Steve, Wednesday, July 26, 2000, 8:58:49 AM, you wrote: SL I'd be surprised if you could use it in but a few (like 1-2) Windows SL programs since it is not part of the CUA and the only place I've ever seen SL that behavior is in OS/2 Your are right... My most used programs have

Re: Accidental Folder Deletes

2000-07-26 Thread Ming-Li
Hi Orson, I wish it was really difficult to delete a folder. I think it should require an extra confirmation (Pegagus Mail does this.) I have no idea how Pegasus works. But in TB, when you try to delete a folder, it does prompt you to confirm (and the default button is "No"), and ask you how

Re: Mouse Select

2000-07-26 Thread Steve Lamb
Wednesday, July 26, 2000, 9:12:23 AM, Ben wrote: Thanks for your patience... If it is any consolation I rather liked the way OS/2 had their interface set up with the mouse. It made better use of the two mouse buttons standard on the PC. BTW, just to forewarn you of a gotcha in TB! it

Re: Mouse Select

2000-07-26 Thread Ming-Li
Hi Ben, What I would like to do is to click and hold the left mouse button while I drag the cursor down the list of messages, and then release it , and had have all of the messages the cursor passed over highlighted. Then move the cursor to the wastebasket to delete them. I can do what I

Re: keep replied message in same folder as the original message.

2000-07-26 Thread Ming-Li
Hi Fred, Yes I know there are other email clients that can do that. I used to work with one: Agent. You mean Agent can keep replies with the original messages in a folder automatically? That's news for me! I think Agent doesn't even have filters for outgoing mail. I checked just now and can't

Re: only one pop3 check possible

2000-07-26 Thread Ming-Li
Hi Marck, DP under win2k prof (german) it is only possible to check for DP mails once. every following check creates a log "FETCH - Could DP not connect to the server". There is a known issue with the configuration of ZoneAlarm for use with TB that sounds similar. I don't use ZA but many

Default domain

2000-07-26 Thread Przemysaw Adam miejek
Witam, I'm new here. My English isn't good, but I want to ask something: Is it possible to set something like default domain in posts? Eg. To: tristan TAB To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] I write many letters to people with the same domain. In MUTT (linux) that's simple -- I write only

Re: keep replied message in same folder as the original message.

2000-07-26 Thread Curtis
On Wed, 26 Jul 2000 09:11:15 -0700, Ming-Li wrote: Yes I know there are other email clients that can do that. I used to work with one: Agent. ML You mean Agent can keep replies with the original messages in a ML folder automatically? That's news for me! I think Agent doesn't even ML have

Bounced mail.

2000-07-26 Thread Tony Boom
Hello TBUDL, I just for the second time received the strangest bounced email. Both times it is as far as I can make out a problem with Roels account. I'm sure it's not a Bat problem or even a problem with the list server. The initial message I sent has appeared on the list ok but it

Re[2]: keep replied message in same folder as the original message.

2000-07-26 Thread Fred van Veen
Hello All, On 26-7-2000 18:11:15, Ming-Li wrote: M Hi Fred, Yes I know there are other email clients that can do that. I used to work with one: Agent. M You mean Agent can keep replies with the original messages in a M folder automatically? That's news for me! I think Agent doesn't even M

Re: keep replied message in same folder as the original message.

2000-07-26 Thread Curtis
On Wed, 26 Jul 2000 19:15:21 +0200, Fred van Veen wrote: M You mean Agent can keep replies with the original messages in a M folder automatically? That's news for me! I think Agent doesn't even M have filters for outgoing mail. I checked just now and can't find M where to set this up. Could you

Re[2]: keep replied message in same folder as the original message.

2000-07-26 Thread Fred van Veen
Hello All, On 26-7-2000 19:01:46, Curtis wrote: C On Wed, 26 Jul 2000 09:11:15 -0700, Ming-Li wrote: Yes I know there are other email clients that can do that. I used to work with one: Agent. ML You mean Agent can keep replies with the original messages in a ML folder automatically? That's

Re: Mouse Select

2000-07-26 Thread Curtis
On Wed, 26 Jul 2000 09:33:30 -0700, Steve Lamb wrote: SL BTW, just to forewarn you of a gotcha in TB! it doesn't appear SL to use the standard list dialog and certainly doesn't conform to the SL CUA.. Geez, I hope it is the CUA. Anyway, in other applications SL with a list interface you

Re: Bounced mail.

2000-07-26 Thread Steve Lamb
Wednesday, July 26, 2000, 9:55:38 AM, Tony wrote: Has anyone else experienced this? Yup, tried to email the postmaster to tell him to get a real MTA and this is what I got: This message was created automatically by mail delivery software. A message that you sent could not be delivered

Re: keep replied message in same folder as the original message.

2000-07-26 Thread Curtis
On Wed, 26 Jul 2000 19:27:09 +0200, Fred van Veen wrote: ML You mean Agent can keep replies with the original messages in a ML folder automatically? That's news for me! I think Agent doesn't ML even have filters for outgoing mail. I checked just now and can't ML find where to set this up. Could

Re: Bounced mail.

2000-07-26 Thread Gary
On Wed, Jul 26, 2000 at 05:55:38PM +0100 or thereabouts, Tony Boom wrote: I just for the second time received the strangest bounced email. Both times it is as far as I can make out a problem with Roels account. I'm sure it's not a Bat problem or even a problem with the list

Re: Bounced mail.

2000-07-26 Thread Curtis
On Wed, 26 Jul 2000 17:55:38 +0100, Tony Boom wrote: TB I just for the second time received the strangest bounced email. TB Both times it is as far as I can make out a problem with Roels TB account. I've received them for every message that I've sent to this list over the last

Re: keep replied message in same folder as the original message.

2000-07-26 Thread Ming-Li
Hi Fred, Yes, it's in: Default Properties for All Groups dialog box (Group menu) Got it. Thanks. But it can't be set on a folder by folder basis, a rather inflexible design on a otherwise extremely flexible program, rendering it much less useful. And now you know Agent! Yup. Shame on

drag and drop text

2000-07-26 Thread Fred van Veen
Hello Is it possible to drag and drop text in the editor? -- Fred Sybil: Don't shout at me. I've had a difficult morning. Basil: Oh dear, what happened? Did you get entangled in the eiderdown again? Not enough cream in your eclair? Hmm? Or did you have to talk to all your

Re: drag and drop text

2000-07-26 Thread Curtis
On Wed, 26 Jul 2000 21:24:50 +0200, Fred van Veen wrote: FvV Is it possible to drag and drop text in the editor? No it's not. . Missing Agent again? :-) -- -=A.C. Martin=- [ TB! v1.45 S/MIME | Win2k Pro ] PGP Key: mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]?Subject=SendAlliePGPKey

Re[2]: drag and drop text

2000-07-26 Thread Fred van Veen
Hello All, On 26-7-2000 21:51:23, Curtis wrote: C On Wed, 26 Jul 2000 21:24:50 +0200, Fred van Veen wrote: FvV Is it possible to drag and drop text in the editor? C No it's not. . Missing Agent again? :-) Too bad. Maybe in a next version. In agent is a option you can chose or not!

Re: drag and drop text

2000-07-26 Thread Steve Lamb
Wednesday, July 26, 2000, 1:08:33 PM, Fred wrote: FvV Is it possible to drag and drop text in the editor? C No it's not. . Missing Agent again? :-) Too bad. Maybe in a next version. In agent is a option you can chose or not! Yep missing agent again! I never understood this

Filtering String tip, Autoreply question

2000-07-26 Thread Arnie
Hello TBUDL, Slowly moving through my list of questions. But first, something I've noticed that I would like to pass on as a tip. I recently posted a question along the lines of; "Is there anyway to set up TB so that by manually moving message from the inbox to another folder an action

Main window configuration.

2000-07-26 Thread Nick Danger
Okay, this is going to seem (seem, hell, I'll admit it is) like an oddball request so feel free to humor or ignore it. I'm interested to see the different ways people are running TB! Colors, fonts, split mode views, etc. If you don't mind and get a chance, please send me a screen shot of your

Re: Filtering String tip, Autoreply question

2000-07-26 Thread Arnie
A Hello TBUDL, A Also I've noticed that some of the envelopes indicating a read A message are shaded slightly pink, while most are shaded yellow. A Anything I should know about? Um...sorry. Just figured it out. It's a priority indicator. -- Best regards, Arnie

Re: drag and drop text

2000-07-26 Thread Curtis
On Wed, 26 Jul 2000 13:12:06 -0700, Steve Lamb wrote: SL For me the answers are the keys and the keyboard. Why do I want SL to move my hand all the way over to the mouse to use an analog SL pointing device to mark/move text when the matter of a few pixels SL this way or that results in

Re[2]: drag and drop text

2000-07-26 Thread Fred van Veen
Hello All, On 26-7-2000 22:12:06, Steve wrote: S Wednesday, July 26, 2000, 1:08:33 PM, Fred wrote: FvV Is it possible to drag and drop text in the editor? C No it's not. . Missing Agent again? :-) Too bad. Maybe in a next version. In agent is a option you can chose or not! Yep

Re: drag and drop text

2000-07-26 Thread Tom Plunket
SL I never understood this fascination with drag and drop text inside the SL same application. I mean, when you start typing your next message, stop mid SL sentence and look where your hands are. Now, look where your mouse is. Now SL as yourself this simple question: Which is closer, the

Re: drag and drop text

2000-07-26 Thread Steve Lamb
Wednesday, July 26, 2000, 1:42:36 PM, Curtis wrote: On Wed, 26 Jul 2000 13:12:06 -0700, Steve Lamb wrote: traditional way is better then say so. Adding this silly 'but this is how it has been done for god knows how many years' just doesn't cut it. That is why I didn't say that. I said it

Re: drag and drop text

2000-07-26 Thread Curtis
On Wed, 26 Jul 2000 22:48:29 +0200, Fred van Veen wrote: FvV But If Ritlabs decide to implement this feature as an option, would FvV that be a problem for you? Yes. It would add extra bloat to the code and introduce more potential bugs. :-) yeah, yeah. The old bloat 'phobia is

Before I open a suggestion on this...

2000-07-26 Thread Steve Lamb
...is there any way to have attachments show up at the bottom of the edit and folder view windows instead of the side? The side is absolutely the stupidest place to put it because causes the width of the view window to change. This is a problem in that my edit and view windows are wide

Re: drag and drop text

2000-07-26 Thread Steve Lamb
Wednesday, July 26, 2000, 1:44:48 PM, Tom wrote: Heh, well, if your mouse is a little pencil-head eraser-type thing in between the G, B, and H keys, then presumably it's not too far away. :) Ungh. While that is the best laptop pointing device there is it is even more imprecise than a

Re: drag and drop text

2000-07-26 Thread Steve Lamb
Wednesday, July 26, 2000, 1:48:29 PM, Fred wrote: Of course I can use the keyboard (with the Bat I'm forced to do that). But I noticed with other programs that I find it much easier and faster to drag and drop text blocks with my intellimouse (digital or analog???). Analog. Intellimouse

HTML Formatting

2000-07-26 Thread Forbes George
Hello! I am new to TB! This may be a stupid question, but . . . Is there a switch/setting for dealing with HTML formatted e-mail so that you don't have to read the HTML tags? Forbes Georgemailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] --

Re: drag and drop text

2000-07-26 Thread Curtis
On Wed, 26 Jul 2000 13:52:53 -0700, Steve Lamb wrote: SL That is why I didn't say that. I said it this way, "...what the SL keyboard, for about a century now, has been designed to do!" I SL didn't say that we've always been doing it and should always SL continue to do it, I'm stating that

Re: drag and drop text

2000-07-26 Thread Curtis
On Wed, 26 Jul 2000 13:12:06 -0700, Steve Lamb wrote: SL The mouse is less precise, more time consuming and less convenient SL for working within text Someone who hasn't ever used a keyboard before will tell you about the joys and superiority of pen and paper. Watching the same person

Re: Before I open a suggestion on this...

2000-07-26 Thread Curtis
On Wed, 26 Jul 2000 13:58:06 -0700, Steve Lamb wrote: SL ...is there any way to have attachments show up at the bottom of SL the edit and folder view windows instead of the side? The side is SL absolutely the stupidest place to put it because causes the width of SL the view window to

Re: Before I open a suggestion on this...

2000-07-26 Thread Tony Boom
This message: 27/07/2000 00:25 GMT. Hello Steve, On 26 July 2000 at 15:50:08 GMT -0700 (which was 23:50 where I live) Steve ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) typed: SL What preview pane? :P I think the area people are referring to is the blank area above the preview text. There is plenty of wasted

Re[2]: Before I open a suggestion on this...

2000-07-26 Thread phil
Greetings Tony! On Wednesday, July 26, 2000 at 00:26:53 GMT +0100 (which was 4:26 PM where you think I live) [EMAIL PROTECTED] typed: TB This message: 27/07/2000 00:25 GMT. TB Hello Steve, TB On 26 July 2000 at 15:50:08 GMT -0700 (which was 23:50 where I live) TB Steve ([EMAIL PROTECTED])

several queries

2000-07-26 Thread lostenroute
Hi, (1) What exactly is it that prevents me from viewing an html document in The Bat? None of the pictures show and and icon for netscape points to a URL in The Bat's directory (I think); in any rate not to the web. (2) Why are my messages sorted by TIME all of a sudden; this is useless to me,

Re: Before I open a suggestion on this...

2000-07-26 Thread Ming-Li
Hi All, SL What preview pane? :P TB I think the area people are referring to is the blank area above TB the preview text. There is plenty of wasted space there as can bee TB seen from the example. The potential problem is that the header bars thickness varies with how much

(No Subject)

2000-07-26 Thread Rasyad
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Re[2]: Before I open a suggestion on this...

2000-07-26 Thread Sashka
Hello, SL What preview pane? :P TB I think the area people are referring to is the blank area above the TB preview text. There is plenty of wasted space there as can bee seen TB from the example. Yeah! it's what I wanted to see in TB! for long long time, but since in message can be not

Re: several queries

2000-07-26 Thread Marck D. Pearlstone
Hi lostenroute, On 27 July 2000 at 18:39:04 GMT -0500 (which was 00:39 where I live) [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote and made these points on the subject of "several queries": l (1) What exactly is it that prevents me from viewing an html l document in The Bat? None of the pictures show and and icon

Re: Win ME

2000-07-26 Thread Sashka
Hello, Wednesday, July 26, 2000, 3:20:45 PM, you wrote: PS Utrecht/NL, 26-7-2000 PS Hi TBUDL-people, PS I was wondering: does TB! work under Windows Millennium? 'Cause if it PS doesn't there is no need for me to install ME. Anyone tried the PS

Re: Before I open a suggestion on this...

2000-07-26 Thread Leif Gregory
Hello Steve, On Wed, 26 Jul 2000 at 13:58:06 [GMT -0700], you wrote: SL ...is there any way to have attachments show up at the bottom of SL the edit and folder view windows instead of the side? The side is SL absolutely the stupidest place to put it because causes the width SL of the view

Re: Before I open a suggestion on this...

2000-07-26 Thread Marck D. Pearlstone
Hi Leif, On 27 July 2000 at 09:58:27 GMT +0900 (which was 01:58 where I live) [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote and made these points on the subject of "Before I open a suggestion on this...": LG Oh, believe me... I couldn't agree more. Personally, I think they LG should be shoved into the grey bar

Re: Threaded read (was:Re: (No Subject))

2000-07-26 Thread Curtis
On Wed, 26 Jul 2000 20:11:01 -0400, Marc Weinmann wrote: MW I'd like to revisit this issue, since I still don't have it working.. MW Can TB display messages in the message window (not the preview pane) MW in order of thread, and only unread messages? Yes. The folder view message list is

Re: Before I open a suggestion on this...

2000-07-26 Thread Curtis
On Wed, 26 Jul 2000 20:38:38 -0400, Sashka wrote: S Yeah! it's what I wanted to see in TB! for long long time, but since S in message can be not only one attachment, but few it will be better S to make it like in OE. dropdown menu with list of attachments and S command Save all. Yeah,

Re: several queries

2000-07-26 Thread Curtis
On Thu, 27 Jul 2000 01:47:59 +0100, Marck D. Pearlstone wrote: l (3) Is there any hope of fixing the bug that causes progressive l indentations of paragraphs if you happen to be at the end of the l wordwrap line and hit spacespace? One does this conventionally l after every period. MDP This

Re: Win ME

2000-07-26 Thread Curtis
On Wed, 26 Jul 2000 20:52:02 -0400, Sashka wrote: PS I was wondering: does TB! work under Windows Millennium? 'Cause if it PS doesn't there is no need for me to install ME. Anyone tried the PS combination? S TB! works ok... when ME works. As I told in few other mailing lists - S WIndows ME is

Re: several queries

2000-07-26 Thread Leif Gregory
Hello lostenroute, On Wed, 26 Jul 2000 at 18:39:04 [GMT -0500], you wrote: l (1) What exactly is it that prevents me from viewing an html l document in The Bat? None of the pictures show and and icon for l netscape points to a URL in The Bat's directory (I think); in any l rate not to the web.

Re: several queries

2000-07-26 Thread Chuck Mattsen
On Wednesday, July 26, 2000 at 8:58 PM or thereabouts, Curtis wrote the following about several queries: Curtis I think that he may be referring to the auto-indent switch. Curtis Simply disabling the auto-indent switch in the editor Curtis preferences should prevent the paragraph indentation.

Re[2]: Win ME

2000-07-26 Thread Sashka
Hello, PS I was wondering: does TB! work under Windows Millennium? 'Cause if it PS doesn't there is no need for me to install ME. Anyone tried the PS combination? S TB! works ok... when ME works. As I told in few other mailing lists - S WIndows ME is worsest Windows I ever used! And if Win98

Re: Threaded read (was:Re: (No Subject))

2000-07-26 Thread dMb
Marc wrote: TF I don't read threaded - I must have too much time. However, the way I TF understand it, if you set View/Trheads by reference, and then you keep TF pressing the shift key to go through messages and have hit crtl+* to TF expand all threads, you should be reading them

Re: Before I open a suggestion on this...

2000-07-26 Thread Tom Plunket
C Right now I need the preview window width to be about 90 C characters wide to view most messages without window wrapping kicks in. C To accommodate the attachments bar, I need about a 95 character width, a C width that I cannot get with TB! in full screen mode and the account C folder

Change Subject: line?

2000-07-26 Thread Joe Finocchiaro
Is there any way to change/edit a message's Subject: line, say before archiving it, to more accurately describe the message's subject? Thanks! PS: I *love* The Bat! so far! -- Joe Finocchiaro [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- -- View the

Re[2]: Mouse Select

2000-07-26 Thread Jody Watts
On Wednesday, July 26, 2000, 9:31:00 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] tickled the keyboard keys on the subject of "Mouse Select". My response follows: No, but you can click on the first message and hold the Shift key and click on the last message, _then_ move them where you want. Also in place of the

Manual Filter?

2000-07-26 Thread Marc Weinmann
Hello tbuDL, Is there an option to manually apply a filter to a folder? So you can filter messages that were created after the filter was? -- Bye Marc I just took an IQ test. The results were negative. mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] AIM:ncl2fth http://members.home.com/ncl2fth The Bat! 1.45

Re: Change Subject: line?

2000-07-26 Thread Leif Gregory
Hello Joe, On Wed, 26 Jul 2000 at 22:08:59 [GMT -0500], you wrote: JF Is there any way to change/edit a message's Subject: line, say JF before archiving it, to more accurately describe the message's JF subject? Well, a workaround, but not an elegant one is to move it to the OUTBOX, edit it,

Re: Before I open a suggestion on this...

2000-07-26 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Tony, On Thu, 27 Jul 2000 00:26:53 +0100GMT (27/07/2000, 07:26 +0800GMT), Tony Boom wrote: SL What preview pane? :P TB I think the area people are referring to is the blank area above the TB preview text. There is plenty of wasted space there as can bee seen TB from the example.

Re: Manual Filter?

2000-07-26 Thread Januk Aggarwal
Hello Marc, On Wednesday, July 26, 2000 at 23:52:13 GMT -0400 (which was 8:52 PM where I live) [EMAIL PROTECTED] typed: Is there an option to manually apply a filter to a folder? So you can filter messages that were created after the filter was? If all your filters are automatic

Re: Before I open a suggestion on this...

2000-07-26 Thread Januk Aggarwal
Hello Leif, On Wednesday, July 26, 2000 at 09:58:27 GMT +0900 (which was 5:58 PM where I live) [EMAIL PROTECTED] typed: Yeah, maybe someone will complain about it shortening the available viewable area of the TO, FROM, SUBJECT etc. Well these areas are never quite the right size anyway.

Re: Before I open a suggestion on this...

2000-07-26 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Leif, On Thu, 27 Jul 2000 09:58:27 +0900GMT (27/07/2000, 08:58 +0800GMT), Leif Gregory wrote: LG Besides, if I want to see everyone a message was addressed to, I LG just CTRL-SHFT-K anyways. This is something I really don't like, by the way. I often need to who received a certain message

Re: Before I open a suggestion on this...

2000-07-26 Thread Januk Aggarwal
Hello Thomas, On Wednesday, July 26, 2000 at 12:44:49 GMT +0800 (which was 9:44 PM where I live) [EMAIL PROTECTED] typed: So I have to go to crtl-shft-K and see all headers. Instead, I would like a little window (option, for those who like the current way) that shows all recipients,

Re: Before I open a suggestion on this...

2000-07-26 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hi Januk, On Wed, 26 Jul 2000 21:43:15 -0700GMT (27/07/2000, 12:43 +0800GMT), Januk Aggarwal wrote: JA Well these areas are never quite the right size anyway. I find that JA usually there is either one Recipient listed, or way too many to see JA them all, regardless of the screen width. Now,

Re[2]: Before I open a suggestion on this...

2000-07-26 Thread Fred van Veen
Hello All, On 27-7-2000 1:26:53, Tony wrote: T This message: 27/07/2000 00:25 GMT. T Hello Steve, T On 26 July 2000 at 15:50:08 GMT -0700 (which was 23:50 where I live) T Steve ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) typed: SL What preview pane? :P T I think the area people are referring to is the blank