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#77 rmdir deletes the entire maildir 26 days ago

maildir added by ~poldi1405 on ~rjarry/aerc

#77 rmdir deletes the entire maildir 26 days ago

bug added by ~poldi1405 on ~rjarry/aerc

#77 rmdir deletes the entire maildir 26 days ago

Ticket created by ~poldi1405 on ~rjarry/aerc

With the following structure, when running :rmdir -f on Abc, the entireMaildir is deleted by aerc.

┌INBOX
└─>┌Abc
   └─>┌def
      └─>ghi

Important info: this structure was created by a sieve operation, so Abc and def have not been initialized and hence, when cd-ing into them, the following error is thrown:

Personal: open /home/moritz/.mail/moritz.sh/INBOX/Abc/new: no such file or directory

The deleted directory is /home/moritz/.mail/moritz.sh, which is the root of the maildir

In my opinion it should either just not delete at all or – preferably – the invalid directory that is selected.

#69 Message List doesn't update after delete/move a month ago

Comment by ~poldi1405 on ~rjarry/aerc

Tim Culverhouse referenced this ticket in commit fdfec2c.

#52 Seems like aerc and its :term understand <F13> differently a month ago

on ~rjarry/aerc

I don't have an <F13> key on my keyboard to reproduce the issue

Well, you can probably instruct your terminal emulator to map the required Escape sequence to any key? Or, as ~poldi1405 said, simply use <Shift-F1>.

The problem is, while we can map <F13> in aerc (and press <Shift-F1> in call this binding, it sure does work for me), it won't work in $EDITOR or :term. So, yes, as you said, some discrepancies between my terminal emulator, and the terminal emulator of aerc. Would be great to fix that somehow :)

(For anyone interested, there's a stupid workaround for this: I set in my terminal emulator <F13> to send some obscure Unicode symbol, which I won't use otherwise. And then map this symbol both in aerc and $EDITOR. This way, my <F13> key indeed works in both environments. But, of course, it's only an ugly crutch.)

Do you have the same issue with <F12>?

No, I don't.

#18 style: allow styling individual message list fields a month ago

Comment by ~poldi1405 on ~rjarry/aerc

Something like this?

msglist_*.X-Priority,1.fg=#ff0000

Well yes, but no. Some clients like Thunderbird add an explanation (just a text like " (Highest)" to explain it. But I like the idea of putting the theme config inside the theme definitions.

Such a change would break all existing aerc configs out there.

Maybe using a different key for it would be an option that only overrides it if set

I kind of like the current index-format since it is very expressive and easily customizable by the user but I also see the shortcomings in terms of formatting.

I also quite like it, and would prefer to put most of it into the theme options (like in Robin's example)

Couldn't we improve the index-format parser so that each format specifier lives in its own ui grid column with its own styleset?

The formatter is full of TODOs as is, so I think a full rewrite might be a good first step.

#18 style: allow styling individual message list fields a month ago

Comment by ~poldi1405 on ~rjarry/aerc

Another idea: custom formatting based on non-standard headers. There are uncountable custom or otherwise non-standardised headers such as X-Priority for a priority scoring. Which would be useful to allow highlighting critical mail.

#18 style: allow styling individual message list fields a month ago

Comment by ~poldi1405 on ~rjarry/aerc

This may require adding a msglist.format file… When wielding the full power of text/template these format strings can easily get hundreds of bytes long. Take for example what is currently the default:

{{ .Date | DateFormat}} {{.Sender | Pad 17}} {{.Flags}} {{{.Subject}}

Adding some ifs, loops, function calls and so on would easily inflate that significantly.

#52 Seems like aerc and its :term understand <F13> differently a month ago

Comment by ~poldi1405 on ~rjarry/aerc

F13-F24 are rarely there as physical keys. You can try Shift+F1…Shift+F12

#22 Incorrect CJK width in index format a month ago

Comment by ~poldi1405 on ~rjarry/aerc

Pinghao Wu referenced this ticket in commit b8ef8d2.