[OS X TeX] Possible conflicts between two TeX installations?

Franck Pastor pastor at fusl.ac.be
Sat Nov 25 06:54:31 EST 2006

Le 25-nov.-06 à 12:38, Maarten Sneep a écrit :

> On 25-nov-2006, at 12:14, Franck Pastor wrote:
>> Le 25-nov.-06 à 11:37, Peter Dyballa a écrit :
>>> It's a bigger risk not to receive a response when usurping a thread.
>> ? I indeed chose a mail from the list at random, delete its  
>> contents and replaced them by what I wrote, changing its subject.  
>> I thought no tracks were kept in my mail from the subject of the  
>> preceeding mail. I thought it was a convenient way not to have to  
>> rewrote the whole mailing list address. If I have done something  
>> wrong, I'm sorry, it was not my intent, and next time I will start  
>> a new subject entirely from scratch.
> There is a (hidden) field "in-reply-to" (visible when you select  
> "view > message > raw source") that contains a hopefully unique  
> number that allows Mail and otehrs to sort threads. This has been  
> discussed before here. Mail at least should allow you to type the  
> start of the mail address, and auto-complete for you. Should not be  
> hard at all (and I see that you use Apple Mail indeed).

You're quite right, I was stupid enough to forget this point. And  
it's even better once I have properly saved the List's address in my  
Address Book.

End of my not-intended fork ;-)

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