admin patch for mac os x

Aaron J. Seigo aseigo at
Tue Jul 1 01:25:48 BST 2003

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On Monday 30 June 2003 05:49, Ingo Klöcker wrote:
> current users by removing options.

not so much removing options, but providing more natural access to options, 
removing redundant options, making the interface more pliable rather than  
providing a limited number of hardcoded "guesses" at what people want. 

both the header and the attachments options suffer from too many similar, 
unflexible options. i actually discussed this at some length leading up to 
3.1 on kmail-devel IIRC; even did some mock-ups.. anyways... we can talk more 
about it when the time comes, and on kmail-devel =)

suffice it to say for now that i have no intention of dissapointing or pissing 
off users; rather i feel that when contrasted with much of the elegance of 
kmail's interface there are a few areas that really stand out as 
dissapointments. header and attachment options are two such areas.

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