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#10 Setup/How-To Guide 8 days ago

Ticket created by ~heywoodlh on ~cadence/tube

I'm sorry if this is obvious, or not really in the scope of support, but I would love to be able to deploy my own instance of CloudTube and Second. I haven't been able to find documentation on how to do this, though. Is there a setup guide documented anywhere?

If there is not, I would be happy to contribute a guide with a bit of assistance (assuming that's desired, of course).

#425 Dismiss Warning/Error After A Certain Period 4 months ago

Comment by ~heywoodlh on ~sircmpwn/aerc2

Wow, thanks for the quick response! Has it been merged already or still waiting?

#425 Dismiss Warning/Error After A Certain Period 4 months ago

feature added by ~heywoodlh on ~sircmpwn/aerc2

#425 Dismiss Warning/Error After A Certain Period 4 months ago

Ticket created by ~heywoodlh on ~sircmpwn/aerc2

Is there any way to have encountered errors in aerc be dismissed after a certain period?

For example, I use Hydroxide to connect to my Protonmail account. When I move anything to the Archive folder I get a red error message in aerc that says "The IDs is required". I'm aware that this is particular error is a fault of Hydroxide, not aerc. But the error message never goes away.

Is there anyway to have error messages be dismissed after a certain time period (say thirty seconds)? The red error message persisting through my aerc session after a single error being encountered is a bit annoying.

In my opinion, this would be helpful for all error messages as it's not like the error persisting for an extended period of time for any other issue would be helpful.

Sorry if this has been submitted already but I couldn't find anything that covered this topic.

#343 Can't open text/html messages: "list message build: wrong section 1" 7 months ago

Comment by ~heywoodlh on ~sircmpwn/aerc2

I also had this same issue. Hopefully this isn't too late, but what I ended up doing is switching to Hydroxide (https://github.com/emersion/hydroxide) which seems to work much better with aerc. Seems a bit more stable and quicker than the official Protonmail Bridge.

Once I switched to Hydroxide, I no longer had this issue and aerc crashed on me a lot less.

For the record, I run aerc in an Arch Docker container and experienced this issue on both MacOS and Arch Linux with the Protonmail Bridge.