Commit 926dbbb0 authored by Bill Wohler's avatar Bill Wohler
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(Folders): Various edits.

parent 7b97a7a5
2006-03-21 Bill Wohler <wohler@newt.com>
* mh-e.texi (Folders): Various edits.
2006-03-20 Romain Francoise <romain@orebokech.com>
* gnus.texi (Mail Folders): Grammar fix.
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......@@ -3497,8 +3497,7 @@ ahead and delete or refile the messages, use @kbd{x}
(@code{mh-execute-commands}). Many MH-E commands that may affect the
numbering of the messages (such as @kbd{F r} or @kbd{F p}) will ask if
you want to process refiles or deletes first and then either run
@kbd{x} for you or undo the pending refiles and deletes, which are
lost.
@kbd{x} for you or undo the pending refiles and deletes.
@kindex x
@vindex mh-after-commands-processed-hook
......@@ -3552,12 +3551,13 @@ folder for later examination.
@kindex t
@vindex mh-recenter-summary-flag
When you use @kbd{t} to toggle between show mode and scan mode, the
MH-Show buffer is hidden and the MH-Folder buffer is left alone.
Setting @code{mh-recenter-summary-flag} to a non-@code{nil} value
causes the toggle to display as many scan lines as possible, with the
cursor at the middle. The effect of @code{mh-recenter-summary-flag} is
rather useful, but it can be annoying on a slow network connection.
When you use @kbd{t} to toggle from MH-Folder Show mode to MH-Folder
mode, the MH-Show buffer is hidden and the MH-Folder buffer is left
alone. Setting @code{mh-recenter-summary-flag} to a non-@code{nil}
value causes the toggle to display as many scan lines as possible,
with the cursor at the middle. The effect of
@code{mh-recenter-summary-flag} is rather useful, but it can be
annoying on a slow network connection.
@findex mh-visit-folder
@kindex F v
......@@ -3583,8 +3583,6 @@ If you forget where you've refiled your messages, you can find them
using @kbd{F s} (@code{mh-search}). @xref{Searching}.
@cindex @command{procmail}
@cindex @command{rcvstore}
@cindex MH commands, @command{rcvstore}
@cindex @samp{unseen} sequence
@cindex sequence, @samp{unseen}
@cindex Unix commands, @command{procmail}
......@@ -3593,14 +3591,14 @@ using @kbd{F s} (@code{mh-search}). @xref{Searching}.
@kindex F n
@vindex mh-new-messages-folders
If you use a program such as @command{procmail} to use
@command{rcvstore} to file your incoming mail automatically, you can
display new, unseen, messages using the command @kbd{F n}
(@code{mh-index-new-messages}). All messages in the @samp{unseen}
sequence from the folders in @code{mh-new-messages-folders} are
listed. However, this list of folders can be overridden with a prefix
argument: with a prefix argument, enter a space-separated list of
folders, or nothing to search all folders.
If you use a program such as @command{procmail} to file your incoming
mail automatically, you can display new, unseen, messages using the
command @kbd{F n} (@code{mh-index-new-messages}). All messages in the
@samp{unseen} sequence from the folders in
@code{mh-new-messages-folders} are listed. However, this list of
folders can be overridden with a prefix argument: with a prefix
argument, enter a space-separated list of folders, or nothing to
search all folders.
@cindex @samp{tick} sequence
@cindex sequence, @samp{tick}
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