On 06/18/09 04:41, Keith Whaley wrote:
> rjk wrote:
> 
>> Answering Paul B. Gallagher, who wrote:
>> 
>>  > Is there a way to DELETE messages in TRASH, other than 1 by 1
>>  > I don't wanna delete the entire folder, just a date range, or after 
>>  > doing a sort, trash that belongs to a certain individual
> 
>> Assuming in the absence of any evidence that you're using SeaMonkey, 
>> click the first message to select it, hold down the SHIFT key and click 
>> the last message. Then hit the Del key. Do exactly as you would to 
>> delete files in Windows Explorer.
> 
> That selects all lines between the two clicks. Useful for deleting a 
> large number of contiguous lines.
> 
>> CTRL-click works, too, to select  noncontiguous files.
> 
> Actually, with my SeaMonkey v.1.1.16 (Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; Intel 
> Mac OS X...) I find that the command for selecting non-contiguous lines 
> is Command-Click, not Control-Click.
> 
> keith whaley
> 

The OP was on Windows. See his User Agent string:

User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.8.1.21) 
Gecko/20090403
SeaMonkey/1.1.16
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