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~abyxcos/Naughty.st

Last active 2 months ago

~abyxcos/smallblog

Last active 10 months ago

~abyxcos/hatemail

Last active 10 months ago

#8 Add a config 10 months ago

on ~abyxcos/smallblog

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#12 README.md 10 months ago

on ~abyxcos/smallblog

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#22 Reply message 10 months ago

Comment by ~abyxcos on ~abyxcos/hatemail

I think you should probably just use vim to trim the message down, however I believe this feature is still going to be needed if you want to copy/extract a long section of text to the system clipboard ala tmux. If the message is longer than a screen, you can't just copy-paste it normally. Probably bind this to V to match vim's visual mode and just make it a line copy rather than on word boundaries.

I think mutt at any point lets you open the email in an editor to do more advanced things, so having another button for that might prove useful, or at least a function that can be hooked.

#20 Config where to start message pointer 10 months ago

Comment by ~abyxcos on ~abyxcos/hatemail

g/G jump to top/bottom, does that work? (Double keystrokes for gg aren't easy.)

Seems like there should be a button for next/previous unread. Does J/K work for that? That would give you a GK to reach the oldest unread.

#18 Spell checking 10 months ago

Comment by ~abyxcos on ~abyxcos/hatemail

The plan was to shell out to a proper editor for composing emails. Vim has a spelling plugin via :set spell. However, vis does not. This should probably be handled by some sort of wrapper script/pipeline, or by adding a spell check plugin to vis.

#17 Advanced filtering on message view 10 months ago

Comment by ~abyxcos on ~abyxcos/hatemail

The intent was to have / act as a quick filter on the list (just by sender name/email or title).

Does / bring up a menu or do you just use special keywords in your search like /news date:asc?

#8 Send an email 10 months ago

Comment by ~abyxcos on ~abyxcos/hatemail

Is there a preferred pipeline? It sounds like using mail(1) lets you be lazy, but ultimately you want to be calling one of the sendmail variants directly?

#17 Advanced filtering on message view 10 months ago

Comment by ~abyxcos on ~abyxcos/hatemail

What are the standard vi keys for this?

#17 Advanced filtering on message view 10 months ago

Comment by ~abyxcos on ~abyxcos/hatemail

This is blocked by #4.

#8 Send an email 10 months ago

Comment by ~abyxcos on ~abyxcos/hatemail

Is this just sendmail(1)? How many sendmails would normally be in the path? What is the difference between mail(1) and sendmail(1)? Do they go to different places?