[sylpheed:32668] Re: line wrapping
bob at bob-white.com
Sun Oct 5 07:50:08 JST 2008
On Sat, 4 Oct 2008 18:17:29 -0400
Dennis Nezic <dennisn at dennisn.dyndns.org> wrote:
> > On Sat, 4 Oct 2008 15:43:44 -0600,
> > Gene Goldenfeld <genegold at peoplepc.com> wrote:
> > Sylpheed is using a character setup (or whatever it's called) that
> > creates line breaks after a number of common symbols. That means users
> > have to do a fair of amount of on-the-fly reformatting. There hasn't
> > been discussion about it for quite awhile. Hiro and perhaps some of
> > Sylpheed's users prefer it this way over the alternatives.
> There shouldn't be any breaking though :|. I mean, if I was able to
> break the word, I would have already done it myself. My particular
> problem is with freenet keys. They are very long, and contain
> characters such as commas, percent signs, dashes, slashes, etc.
> Incidentally, they are prefixed with one of CHK@ USK@ or SSK@, and,
> actually, sylpheed currently misreads them as email addresses, but only
> up to the first comma.
> I think simply leaving long words un-broken is a lot simpler and better
> than creating new rules for freenet keys.
You might try going to Configuration -> Common Preferences -> Compose
-> Editor and set the auto wrap number to 9999 or some other suitable
large number and unselect wrap on input. I think that will do what you
want (but haven't tried it).
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