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Re: partial citation in very wide reply

From: Leo
Subject: Re: partial citation in very wide reply
Date: Thu, 24 May 2007 15:02:10 +0100
User-agent: No Gnus v0.7, Emacs/ (2007-05-18), Fedora 6.93 gnu/linux

----- Nelson Ferreira (2007-05-24) wrote:-----

> "Leo" == Leo  <>  wrote:
>   Leo> Dear all,
>   Leo> It seems one cannot partially cite a message when doing very wide
>   Leo> reply. Is this a missing feature or a bug?
> Hi Leo,
> I usually cite then ellide the uninteresting parts by marking the block
> then C-c C-e.

I use this feature sometimes. However it is easier if we can reply to a
certain text when we are reading it. Because after yanking the whole
message into the mail buffer, it takes time to get to the right place.

> I use supercite (not sure if the stock Gnus citation works the same),
>I can yank the text from the article, as one would copy a block of text
>between buffers then C-c C-p c -> sc-cite-region. However since I
>tipically cite everything then ellide, someone may have some better

I found 'R' and 'F' honor partial citation but not 'S v' or 'S w'.

Leo <sdl.web AT>                         (GPG Key: 9283AA3F)

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