~rjarry/aerc#168: 
Something like :next-unread / :prev-unread?

Sometimes, when the emails are read not in the linear manner, having the commands (and the mappings) to go to the next or the previous unread message could be handy.

Status
REPORTED
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~skejg
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No-one
Submitted
9 months ago
Updated
a month ago
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feature

~konimarti 9 months ago

On Sat Apr 22, 2023 at 7:47 AM CEST, ~skejg wrote:

Sometimes, when the emails are read not in the linear manner, having the commands (and the mappings) to go to the next or the previous unread message could be handy.

Couldn't you emulate this behavior by running a search for unread messages (:search -u) and use :next-result and :prev-result?

~skejg 9 months ago

~konimarti

Not really, as you will always have to start from the first unread message.

Let's say there are unread messages above and below the currently selected one. And then a user wants to jump to the next unread one. So, they start this search, but the cursor jumps to the first unread message, so then they'll have to call the :next-result command [quite] a few times.

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