Re: [kde] default language spellcheck in kmail
- From: Anne Wilson <cannewilson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 22 Feb 2010 11:31:56 +0000
On Monday 22 February 2010 11:12:48 genericmaillists@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
It is indeed the default behaviour. What it doesn't do, though, is remove the
Please don't top-post. It makes things very difficult when people read
mail from the archives.
Yes, this is important. When a thread gets extended, following the
discussion gets complex.
Now for the BIG question, is there a way to get kmail to place the
insertion point between the quoted text and the signature?
Unless this was removed, that was put in way back about 3 years ago.
footer from the quoted message - unless, of course, you highlighted a specific
section that you wanted to reply to. That's a very useful way if the message
has become long and you are only replying to one section.
The length of message is something that we all forget, sometimes, to keep
reasonable. The fact is that there are still a considerable number of people
that have slow connections or capped connections, and it does matter a good
deal to them to keep the bandwidth low.
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