[OS X TeX] A modest proposal
Schremmer.Alain at verizon.net
Wed Nov 17 10:04:18 EST 2004
(1) Once again, and I wish I could emphasize "again", I am extremely
grateful to you.
(2) I have gone to Mozilla/Preferences/Mail & Newsgroup/Send Format and,
in fact, there was a place saying:
When you send a message to an address with one of the domain names
listed below, Mail automatically sends the message in the correct format.
mailto:MacOSX-TeX at email.esm.psu.edu.
which, I hope, should do it.
Bruno Voisin wrote:
> Le 17 nov. 04, à 14:40, Alain Schremmer a écrit :
>> (2) I am composing my messages in absolutely plain text with the very
>> rare exception of italics. Not html, not mime, no nothing.
> If you are using italics it's likely your message is sent in either
> HTML format (using Mozilla or Thunderbird) or RTF format (using Apple
> Mail). Plain text means really no formatting at all.
> That said I haven't noticed HTML tags in your recent messages (but I
> haven't watched closely). I think the problem is especially annoying
> for people receiving the list messages in digest format, or looking at
> the archives.
>> (4) I am using Mozilla.
>> (5) Please someone advise.
> In Thunderbird you set up the sending format in two locations:
> - On a per account basis. Select an account, go to Edit/Properties and
> then, for each account, to Composition & Addressing. There, you have a
> checkbox "Compose messages in HTML format" (checked by default, I
> think). Uncheck it.
> - On a recipient basis. Go to Thunderbird/Preferences/Composition,
> then go to Send & HTML Options and click the button "Send Options".
> In Mozilla the situation is practically the same:
> - Identical for the per account setting.
> - For the per recipient setting, go to Mozilla/Preferences/Mail &
> Newsgroup/Send Format.
> In Apple Mail go to Mail/Preferences/Composing, there is a scroll-down
> Format menu with choices "Plain Text" and "Rich Text". Go for Plain.
> Bruno Voisin
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