MS Office on Linux 14806
MS Office on Linux 14807
Uh, oh, another merry-go-round. You are saying that very few users can debug the code of others, right? For some number of users M, there will only be...
Well, I used it initially because Kier said it was so swell. I thought it was remarkedly similar to OE in how it worked, which was indeed a lot better than other non-MS OE mail readers that I have tried. What I liked about OE was the threading and ability to filter on threads that had my posts in them, making it easy to see where there might be a response without having to read through the breastles of all the other tripe in this forum. Sadly, Thunderbird does not have that capability, so I thought, "Why not put it in there?" It isn't such a high priority, but it's still on my list of intriguing things to try.
But the net effect was to cause me to use it regularly for this group to get some feel and to be able to see Peter's prose too! So many ways to say "Idiot!"! What satisfaction can he possibly get from that kind of thing?
What I have noticed is the absurd behavior of multiple sequential filtering and mode selections. If you thread messages, selecting the date column unthreads them rather than arranging the threads in date order. I think that is a bug. There are a number of variations on that theme involving the other sort orders, too.
MS Office on Linux 14808
Ray Ingles I am saying that for something like linux, where there are some 1 (.5%)to 6 (3%) million users, the mainstream...
MS Office on Linux 14809
Ray Ingles Pick your own range, then, Ray. The .5% to 3% are the various guesses as to the percentage of desktop...
The source tree panel can be dismissed by sizing it to zero width, but that is not the expected way to do that. There should be a modal menu selection to show or hide the tree. That is a bug in terms of the Windows logo style guides.
Custom filtering seems to break and just dismiss all the posts rather than the structure I choose.