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Re: alt-tab? really? you're joking...

From: Hikaru Ichijyo
Subject: Re: alt-tab? really? you're joking...
Date: Sat, 24 Jan 2015 17:40:53 -0600
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.3 (gnu/linux) (Adam Sjøgren) writes:

> Hikaru writes:
>> "The suggested workarounds are to rebind the ispell key (the BBDB
>> binding is not configurable at this time)."
> I don't know what "configurable" means here - when I type the beginning
> of an email address in, say, the To: line and press TAB, I get
> completion. This is with BBDB version 2.36.
> Where in BBDB was this M-TAB business annoying you?

Well, it's not anymore!  As I've said, I'm on v3 now.  I'm not going
back to v2 to look more at its behavior, because it's moot to me now.
Problem solved!  The "configurable" comment above is quoted from the
BBDB v2 manual.

Now, I do have another question of course (us Gnus newbies like me have
those without end, I'd imagine...):

Is there a way I can make messages that I have already expired from the
Summary buffer really disappear from view?  If I run expiry on them,
the "E" expiry marks are replaced with "G" cancelled marks.  If I run
any of the various "really delete" commands on them (such as
gnus-summary-delete-article), same thing, "G" cancelled, but still
there, even though it points to nothing.

Most surprisingly, if I run gnus-summary-reselect-current-group, a
command that's described in the manual as being just like leaving the
group and re-entering it without having to actually do that, it does
exactly the same thing -- all expired articles are still visible with
cancelled marks on them, even though if I had truly left and re-entered,
they'd be gone from my display.

Is there any way I can make cancelled messages just go away?  (After
all, they don't even exist anymore...)

He that would make his own liberty secure must guard even his enemy from
oppression; for if he violates this duty, he establishes a precedent
that will reach to himself.
                                        --Thomas Paine

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