|Subject:||Re: [O] plain lists folded by default|
|Date:||Tue, 04 Feb 2014 22:36:55 +0100|
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Hi Nick, |
I am not sure to understand why today's post has been subsumed to my previous one (entitled indeed "auto-fill-mode for text changes (plain-lists) indentation")
on the archive page http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-orgmode/2014-02/threads.html today post appears in a single thread "[O] plain lists folded by default".
Maybe it is due to the fact I "replied to all" from one of my old messages, deleting the content and changing the email subject :'-(
You mean I should have started from a blank email right?
Well sorry for that, and thank you again for your answers.
Le 04/02/2014 21:41, Nick Dokos a écrit :
So I was looking for this article using gmane's web interface and I couldn't see it. Turns out that you followed up on a different article (subject line was "auto-fill-mode for text changes (plain-lists) indentation"), so this thread got subsumed under that name. Please don't do that: if it is a different question, start a different thread. And conversely, although this is not the case here, if it is the same subject, stay on the same thread: don't start another. Violating either of these principles makes it harder to search the ML for answers. [And I should make it clear that these comments are not directed exclusively at Rémy: in particular, I have been guilty of the second transgression numerous times, so I am included in the target. AFAIK, I have not transgressed against the first principle - although it is arguable that this very note is indeed such a transgression :-)]
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