Re: Mod: Top posting

2004-05-27 Thread Ludovic LE MOAL
Hi, On Wednesday, May 26, 2004 at 7:16:27 PM, Cyrille wrote: LLM En fait, ce qu'on te reproche, c'est de répondre « au-dessus » des LLM citations. Tu fais ça : LLM Alors qu'il faut faire ça : LLM C'est mieux expliqué dans le lien que je t'ai donné plus haut. Oh, that's nice. Does this list

Templates and spaces !!

2004-05-27 Thread VenimK
When using a template for a new mail on specific recepient. How can i make this, so when opening the new mail template i can start directly writing under this, instead off scrolling trought the template text. Example; Op %DATE noteerde %FROMNAME voor jullie deze info over een film; %SUBJ

Re: Templates and spaces !!

2004-05-27 Thread Stuart Hemming
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 V How can i make this, so when opening the new mail template i can start V directly writing under this, instead off scrolling trought the template V text. If I've understood you correctly you need to but the macro %CURSOR in the relevant place in your

Re: Templates and spaces !!

2004-05-27 Thread VenimK
Stuart Hemming plaatste dit op zijn scherm : %CURSOR Yeps, that works fine Thx -- Dit is een automatische handtekening van MesNews. Site : http://mesnews.no-ip.com Current version is 2.10.03 | 'Using TBUDL' information:

Re[2]: link wrapping

2004-05-27 Thread John Cunnane
TF No, TB doesn't do that. I know that other email clients break URLs TF when displaying and cause problems, but not TB. That's one of the TF beauties of TB. If the original mail was sent in HTML format and you reply in a plain text format such as MicroEd, then The Bat! seems to have a big

Collapse All Threads - How?

2004-05-27 Thread John Cunnane
Hi All, Can someone explain to me how to collapse all threads in a message list. I know that Shift+Ctrl+* expands all threads but what's the reverse? -- Regards John Cunnane Using The Bat! v2.10.03 on Windows 2000 5.0 Build 2195 Service Pack 4

Re: Collapse All Threads - How?

2004-05-27 Thread Peter Meyns
Hi John, on Thu, 27 May 2004 12:53:37 +0100GMT, you wrote: JC Can someone explain to me how to collapse all threads in a message JC list. I know that Shift+Ctrl+* expands all threads but what's the JC reverse? That's odd. Your shortcut works for collapsing all threads here. For expanding it is

Re[2]: Collapse All Threads - How?

2004-05-27 Thread John Cunnane
Hi Peter, PM That's odd. Your shortcut works for collapsing all threads here. For PM expanding it is ctrl+num*... Don't know why it went weird. My keyboard response became very strange and a re-boot has fixed it. All works fine now and the shortcuts work as you say. Thanks for the help. --

Problem with MyMacros 1.10 %RegRead

2004-05-27 Thread Dan Grunberg
I updated to version 1.10 of the MyMacros plug-in. (I seem to recall that my old version was 1.07). Under MyMacros 1.07, the %RegRead macro could be used in a Quick Template to return the number of minutes difference between the time and my computer's time zone and UTC. For example. MyMacros 1.07

Fwd: Re: Problem with MyMacros 1.10 %RegRead

2004-05-27 Thread Dan Grunberg
=== BEGIN FORWARDED MESSAGE === From: Stuart Hemming [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Thursday, May 27, 2004 Subject: Problem with MyMacros 1.10 %RegRead This reply is off list. DG Should I go back to MyMacros 1.07. If so, where can I get it? I've attached my copy

Re[2]: Proper setting(s) needed (?) to advance highlighting of messages within folder when reading consecutive messages?

2004-05-27 Thread subscriber2list
Hello Allie (If I may), Wednesday, May 26, 2004, 4:28:00 PM, you wrote: snipped AM These icons exist only when you open a view folder window and browse AM from the view folder window. So I assume that's what you're doing. AM Most will browse using the main windows preview pane. Yes, that's

Print setup template

2004-05-27 Thread Code 2
My print setup template includes the line: Cc: %CC= however the cc: recipients are not appearing when I print an e-mail. Is there another macro I can use to print the cc: recipients? -- Code 2 (mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]) The Bat! version 2.10.01 on Windows XP

Re: Accessing Hotmail accounts using The Bat!

2004-05-27 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello vj135doppa, On Wed, 26 May 2004 19:02:27 -0500 GMT (27/05/2004, 07:02 +0700 GMT), [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: vyc Is it possible to configure The Bat to access Hotmail accounts also? Wow, you got three mod mails on this. It must be a record. ;-) But seriously, Hotmail uses a proprietary

Re: link wrapping

2004-05-27 Thread Thomas Fernandez
Hello John, On Thu, 27 May 2004 12:39:59 +0100 GMT (27/05/2004, 18:39 +0700 GMT), John Cunnane wrote: JC If the original mail was sent in HTML format and you reply in a plain JC text format such as MicroEd, then The Bat! seems to have a big problem JC with certain characters in a URL, e.g. the

Re: Print setup template

2004-05-27 Thread Roelof Otten
Hallo Code, On Thu, 27 May 2004 09:17:37 -0700GMT (27-5-04, 18:17 +0200, where I live), you wrote: C2 Cc: %CC= %CC= adds something to the cc-list, in order to print the cc-recipients, use %CClist -- Groetjes, Roelof Disclaimer: Any opinion stated in this message is not necessarily

Re[2]: Print setup template

2004-05-27 Thread Code 2
RO Hallo Code, RO On Thu, 27 May 2004 09:17:37 -0700GMT (27-5-04, 18:17 +0200, where I RO live), you wrote: C2 Cc: %CC= RO %CC= adds something to the cc-list, in order to print the RO cc-recipients, use %CClist Perfect. Thanks. %cclist doesn't appear in the list of available macros.

How to access mid references?

2004-05-27 Thread Costas Papadopoulos
Hello, Occasionally, I see people giving references in TBUDL and TBBETA like this: mid:[EMAIL PROTECTED] It may be a stupid question, but where does one in fact find these links? -- Best regards, Costas mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Current

Re: How to access mid references?

2004-05-27 Thread Leif Gregory
Hello Costas, Thursday, May 27, 2004, 12:46:36 PM, you wrote: Costas Occasionally, I see people giving references in TBUDL and Costas TBBETA like this: mid:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Costas It may be a stupid question, but where does one in fact find Costas these links? I just explained this in detail

Re: How to access mid references?

2004-05-27 Thread Leif Gregory
Hello Leif, Thursday, May 27, 2004, 1:28:27 PM, you wrote: Leif I just explained this in detail on TBUDL seven days ago. Leif Here it is again: Costas... Sorry if the above sounded rude. It's been a rough and tiring day already. Didn't mean to sound like I was snippy. -- Leif (TB list

Re: How to access mid references?

2004-05-27 Thread Costas Papadopoulos
Hello Leif, Thursday, May 27, 2004, 10:42:21 PM, you wrote (possibly edited): Costas... Sorry if the above sounded rude. It's been a rough and tiring day already. Didn't mean to sound like I was snippy. No offence taken. I'm sorry that I missed your previous explanation. You have

Re: How to access mid references?

2004-05-27 Thread Paul Cartwright
On Thursday, May 27, 2004, 3:42 PM, you wrote: LG Costas... Sorry if the above sounded rude. It's been a rough and LG tiring day already. LG Didn't mean to sound like I was snippy. oh, and I was going to add a smiley, but they are only in the beta... take a deep breathe, count to 10,521

Re: How to access mid references?

2004-05-27 Thread Leif Gregory
Hello Costas, Thursday, May 27, 2004, 1:48:02 PM, you wrote: Costas No offence taken. I'm sorry that I missed your previous Costas explanation. You have answered my query - I thought that I Costas might be able to find such links on the web, but apparently Costas this is not how they work.

Re: How to access mid references?

2004-05-27 Thread Mary Bull
Hello Leif! On Thursday, May 27, 2004, 3:13 PM, you wrote: LG Take note listers... This moderator is in a bad mood. Be good boys and LG girls! VBG. Noted. Actually, I had a reply ready for Costas on his query about mid, in which I copied-and-pasted your fine explanation of 7 days ago, but I

Re: How to access mid references?

2004-05-27 Thread Leif Gregory
Hello Mary, Thursday, May 27, 2004, 2:25:56 PM, you wrote: Mary 42, Leif. Trill. grin -- Leif (TB list moderator and fellow end user). Using The Bat! 2.11 Beta/8 under Windows 2000 5.0 Build 2195 Service Pack 4 on a Pentium 4 2GHz with 512MB

Re: Print setup template

2004-05-27 Thread Robin Anson
On Fri 28 May 2004, 3:43:44 +1000, Code 2 wrote: %cclist doesn't appear in the list of available macros. Is there a list somewhere of the undocumented macros? It is in the help file. Look in the index under Macros, and then select Full alphabetic list of macros -- Robin Anson Using The Bat!

Re: How to access mid references?

2004-05-27 Thread Mark Partous
Hello Costas, Thursday, May 27, 2004, 8:46:36 PM, you wrote: CP Hello, CP Occasionally, I see people giving references in TBUDL and TBBETA like CP this: mid:[EMAIL PROTECTED] CP It may be a stupid question, but where does one in fact find these CP links? View - Message Header - Message