> > > - The 'O' command at the newsgroup selection level now marks all
> > > articles in the newsgroup as read when it saves the articles to
> > > a folder.
> > This could be dangerous as I have experienced that having too many
> > messages saved into a folder can cause Yarn to die with a "Memory"
> > (sorry as i cannot remember the actual text) message.
> You referring to the DOS version?
> I have something like 2400 messages
in my POSTED folder at this point (which gets a bit awkward 'cuz it
takes a few minutes to extract itself when I leave), but I've not seen a
problem with that number. Obviously a newsgroup could have several
times that, though... :-(
> > Could I _beg_ for the inclusion of a switch which sets the right margin
> > for quoted text and Yarn wraps at that point?
> How would you handled embedded quote characters? I'd love to see this,
> particularly if it was intelligent enough to wrap only the first-level
> text and not text previously quoted. Example:
> > > This is test that the person I'm replying to had quoted, and the
> > > Yarn wrapping algorithm doesn't touch it.
> > This text, on the other hand, is being wrapped
> > by Yarn, and appears in a very narrow paragraph
> > because the user specified a small number for a
> > "right column" value. :-)
> The DOS comm program I use from time to time (Telemate) supports this
> type of intelligent wrapping in its paste-with-quote-prefix function.
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