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Aug 4, 2002:

6:12 PM Changeset [f2e36b5]barnowl_perlaimdebianowlrelease-1.4release-1.5release-1.6release-1.7release-1.8release-1.9 by Erik Nygren <nygren@mit.edu>
* Page-down will not skip past the last message if its truncated. * Added C-t binding for transposing characters. (from jdaniel)

Jul 16, 2002:

9:55 PM Changeset [aa2f33b3]barnowl_perlaimdebianowlrelease-1.4release-1.5release-1.6release-1.7release-1.8release-1.9 by Erik Nygren <nygren@mit.edu>
Variables now have a summary and a long description. Only the summary is shown with help. The long description is shown with "show variable foo". Fix the scrolling bug where we would sometimes fail to scroll the screen down, leaving the current message off the bottom of the screen. Added a 'scrollmode' variable which determines how the screen will scroll as the cursor moves. The default behaves identically to previous versions of owl. The following modes are supported: normal - This is the owl default. Scrolling happens when it needs to, and an attempt is made to keep the current message roughly near the middle of the screen. (default) top - The current message will always be the the top message displayed. neartop - The current message will be one down from the top message displayed, where possible. center - An attempt is made to keep the current message near the center of the screen. paged - The top message displayed only changes when user moves the cursor to the top or bottom of the screen. When it moves, the screen will be paged up or down and the cursor will be near the top or the bottom. pagedcenter - The top message displayed only changes when user moves the cursor to the top or bottom of the screen. When it moves, the screen will be paged up or down and the cursor will be near the center.

Jul 11, 2002:

12:47 AM Changeset [e50cd56]barnowl_perlaimdebianowlrelease-1.4release-1.5release-1.6release-1.7release-1.8release-1.9 by Erik Nygren <nygren@mit.edu>
Fixed some buffer overruns in the "reply" command. When repying to "all" on a message that begins with "CC:" (eg, sent with "zwrite -C", the reply line will be constructed from the sender and the usernames on the CC: line of the message being replied to. There is no such thing as C-R, so left C-r as it is but added: M-r --- edit reply to all M-R --- edit reply to sender
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