I really don't think that C-left is bound to "delete" (it would indeed be a strange binding). And I cannot reproduce this by hitting C-left. In my terminal C-left does generate
^[[1;5Dthought. So perhaps that
Dends up being swallowed by aerc under some circumstances.
I think we should have an option for passing a custom root CAs to use when verifying server certificates when doing TLS. This could go along with pinning server certificates, or trust on first use (TOFU).
Yes to this. I'm not even sure of if the
reply -aqkeeps CCs at all! I was thinking it might not, and was trying to find out... It was not obvious immediately how I'd even do that :-) But, if we could visualize, in the compose-widget (right?) more of these relevant headers, that'd be great.
I see something like this too. Doing
:readactually does that, but the msglist view does not update. Restarting aerc gives the correct view.
Marking read by actually viewing the mail does cause the msglist to update correctly.