... I only use panotoolsNG as web based discussions, If you look at the thread on the web this is a clean thread started by Shawn Steigner. Are you sure thisMessage 1 of 36 , Apr 3, 2008View Source--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Matthew Rogers <matthew@...> wrote:
>I only use panotoolsNG as web based discussions,
> Not in Mail on OS 10.5.2 it's not, the "PTEditor on a MAC" thread
> hijacked the "[PanoToolsNG] Fast Gigapixel Stitching on the
> Playstation 3" thread. Pointing this out is a losing battle I'm
> afraid. I've been asking politely for over 4 years now for people to
> stop hijacking threads but it won't stop. And the reason ? I don't
> think most people view email with threads enable so they never know
> the problems it causes.
If you look at the thread on the web this is a clean thread started by Shawn Steigner.
Are you sure this is not a bug in the new Mail.
I never seen a problem at WWP which is the only one I get as mail.
Hi all. ... Eric s right. And as this issue seems to raise hot debate frequently it s something we really need to act on. As such I would like to inviteMessage 36 of 36 , Apr 4, 2008View SourceHi all.
On 04/04/2008, at 11:53 PM, Erik Krause wrote:
> There is more in a mail than only the visible
> content. There is a header too, and you won't see it unless you
> explicitely want (and your mail reader permits you). Any mail is
> assigned a unique Message-ID in the header and threading is done by
> header entries "References:" and/or "In-Reply-To:" with the
> respective Message-IDs.
> If you want to discuss the guidelines or thread hijacking in general,
> please do that on Panotools-List
> <http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Panotools-List/> it is off topic here.
Eric's right. And as this issue seems to raise hot debate frequently
it's something we really need to act on. As such I would like to
invite interested parties to a discussion on -List to see what we
can / should do. Ideas and contributions appreciated.
See you on -List.