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Re: Message goto signature


From: Richard Riley
Subject: Re: Message goto signature
Date: Fri, 06 Mar 2009 15:02:18 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.0.91 (gnu/linux)

Francis Moreau <address@hidden> writes:

> On Mar 6, 12:03 am, Richard Riley <address@hidden> wrote:
>> Francis Moreau <address@hidden> writes:
>> > Reiner Steib <address@hidden> writes:
>>
>> >> On Thu, Mar 05 2009, Richard Riley wrote:
>>
>> >>> Francis Moreau <address@hidden> writes:
>> >>>> Actually I don't see any use case where moving between the separator
>> >>>> and the signature is usefull...
>>
>> >> To edit the signature?
>>
>> > Hmm do you usually edit your signature ?
>>
>> > I don't and never have the need. But the fact is I usually need to go
>> > to the bottom of the body.
>>
>> > thanks
>>
>> This works for followup:
>>
>> (defadvice gnus-summary-followup (after followup-sig
>> activate)(progn (message-goto-signature)(previous-line)(previous-line)))
>>
>> And this for reply:
>>
>> (defadvice gnus-summary-reply-with-original (after reply-sig
>> activate)(progn (message-goto-signature)(previous-line)(previous-line)))
>>
>> I dont know if there is a better way than previous-line.
>>
>> I am assuming its cleaner to do it at this level then
>> message-goto-signature
>>
>
> Thanks for this.
>
> But the point of my initial question was about the default behaviour
> of goto-signature.
> I don't see the point why it puts the cursor where it does so I was
> asking in case I
> miss something.

Oh, I thought you were looking for a solution to put your cursor where
you wanted to type on reply/followup. In fact I'm certain it was :-;

,----
| I don't and never have the need. But the fact is I usually need to go
| to the bottom of the body.
`----

In that case I can help.

The function is called "goto-signature", not "goto-end-of.article" :-)

So it works as designed I think. And correctly.

>
> thanks

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