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Re: Skipping citations

From: Reiner Steib
Subject: Re: Skipping citations
Date: Thu, 13 Mar 2008 10:21:04 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.0.60 (gnu/linux)

On Wed, Mar 12 2008, Evans Winner wrote:

> I have this vague memory that there is a way to set gnus
> such that whenever you open an article it will attempt to
> automatically scroll down to past any leading citations to
> the new content -- or to do so if there are a lot of such
> citations.  But I can't figure out what such a feature would
> be called and haven't turned up anything like that yet in
> searching.  Is there a function that scrolls past citations
> that I can run in some kind of read-article-hook?

,----[ (info "(gnus)Paging the Article") ]
|      Pressing `SPACE' will scroll the current article forward one page,
|      or, if you have come to the end of the current article, will
|      choose the next article (`gnus-summary-next-page').
|      If `gnus-article-skip-boring' is non-`nil' and the rest of the
|      article consists only of citations and signature, then it will be
|      skipped; the next article will be shown instead.  You can customize
|      what is considered uninteresting with `gnus-article-boring-faces'.
|      You can manually view the article's pages, no matter how boring,
|      using `C-M-v'.

The search term I used is "skip" (from your subject):
in (info "(gnus)Top"), do `i skip RET'.

Bye, Reiner.
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