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Re: are there people actually using GNUMail?

From: Zhang Weiwu
Subject: Re: are there people actually using GNUMail?
Date: Wed, 03 Jun 2009 11:59:06 +0800
User-agent: Mozilla-Thunderbird (X11/20090103)

Germán Arias wrote:
> El mar, 02-06-2009 a las 22:10 +0200, Riccardo Mottola escribió:
>>> It doesn't support thread view (as Thunderbird has) or going to the 
>>> next email in this thread (as Apple mail has);
>> that's a design feature and i hope it stays so. Not all apps need to 
>> look and behave the same to be useful? There is an option to display 
>> threads as arced thread, which is evry convenient and even more powerful 
>> as plain tree-formed threads.
> If you select "View -> Thread messages" and then double clic above any
> message, a new window is opened. In this new window you can going to the
> next or previous message with the arrows at the right. And if you select
> "Box -> Inspector..." and select "Thread arcs" you see an image with the
> thread and you can do clic above the points to see the messages. I
> discover this today. But I can't send messages, GNUMail crash.
I had it crash several times for none of the case we mentioned so far. I
couldn't detect preciously what triggers it.

As of the problem that it display text half of the speed I type: this
problem does not exist on other GNUStep applications, e.g. I can type in
TalkSoup as fast as I want to type, so I think it is GNUMail related.

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