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Re: [vox-tech] Un[L]imiting Mutt display?
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Re: [vox-tech] Un[L]imiting Mutt display?

On Tue 21 Oct 03,  3:14 PM, Bill Kendrick <nbs@sonic.net> said:
> On Tue, Oct 21, 2003 at 01:58:11PM -0700, p@dirac.org wrote:
> > 
> > then press the left arrow key to go back to the unlimited display.  it
> > essentially re-reads re-displays your mailspool.
> I didn't want to specifically move back to mailspool, nor did I want to
> re-read the mailbox.
> Say I'm on message 930 (finding it after [L]imiting based on something
> complicated, like a body ("~b") or 'To:' ("~t") search).  I'd like to,
> if at all possible, KEEP message 930 highlighted when I 'unlimit' the
> display.
> The left arrow macro you listed is a neat trick to get back to my inbox,
> though.   Thanks! :^)
sure.  i'm glad you found it cute.

but try this for an answer: do a limit on "a*"  that is, zero or more
occurances of "a" which should be everything in the inbox.  let me know
if that works.  i'm running out the door right now to do to dinner...


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