[Pine-info] Feature request
Beartooth at adelphia.net
Tue Aug 22 09:24:09 PDT 2006
There are several places in pine where, when I want to add something, a
fully qualified folder specification is either required or advised (in a
FAQ, for instance).
In some but not others of these places, ^T will get either what I want, or
something from which, with care, I can clone what I want. It works at
several places while constructing a role or a filter, and is a great help.
In MSC > --- [ Normally hidden configuration options ] ---, for
instance, if I want to add or rename a collection, ^T does not work. Nor
does it at the top of MSC if I want to add, say, an archiving pair.
For those of us who can just about manage to understand what a fully
qualified folder specification is, or at most recognize one, this would
be a great help.
Understanding a fully qualified folder specification is not enough even
for proofreading, let alone constructing one. But I suspect for various
reasons that the number of us beginning to need such advanced devices is
on the rise, particularly as we begin using more than one ISP.
Beartooth Staffwright, PhD, Neo-Redneck Linux Convert
What do they know of country, who only country know?
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