Re: Set the buffer name of a scratch buffer
- On 01/04/09 04:15, Ben Fritz wrote:
>At worst, I suppose it is always possible (though not necessary
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> Please see our mailing list guidelines:
> This legal mumbo jumbo means nothing (How exactly am I supposed to
> return an email to the sender? Do you really want us to delete your
> post, since I doubt this disclaimer covers the hundreds (thousands?)
> on this list?) and is actually more annoying to me than top posting
> ever will be.
> If possible, please either disable this legalese on your messages to
> this group, or post to this group from a personal email rather than
> your company email.
convenient) to use the Google Groups web interface.
However, my standpoint towards company disclaimers is approximately what
was finally adhered to towards top-posting-only email devices: tolerate
them, maybe shrug about this shtoop'd bandwasting legalese, and trim
them off with no compunctions when replying.
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