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Re: change of behaviour in ODBEditor ?

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  • Morel David
    ... In fact, when you have no selection made in the mail you re replying to, it takes the full content. If you do, it quotes only the selected part. David
    Message 1 of 7 , Mar 25, 2008
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      Le 25 mars 08 à 09:33, Ben Schmidt a écrit :

      >
      > Nico Weber wrote:
      >>> I'm having problems with snapshot 24: I tend to edit my emails in
      >>> MacVim, and for some time now, unless I select the text with cmnd-
      >>> a in
      >>> the mail compose window, macvim receives nothing when I use the
      >>> 'edit in
      >>> macvim' shortcut. I am pretty sure I didn't have to select anything
      >>> before that. Does anybody else experience this behaviour?
      >>
      >> I see this too. Do you use Safari 3.1? I'd guess Webkit changed
      >> slightly with that update and that causes the problem. Since it works
      >> if you hit ⌘A first, it's not that urgent.
      >>
      >> Nico
      >
      > Does this happen when editing mail, or replying to mail? I don't use
      > Mail.app, but
      > I know a number of email programs have an option to quote only
      > selected text when
      > replying, so maybe Apple thought this was a good idea and added a
      > preference with
      > a non-backwards-compatible default...

      In fact, when you have no selection made in the mail you''re replying
      to, it takes
      the full content. If you do, it quotes only the selected part.

      David


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