Control C in KMail
smayres at gmail.com
Fri Feb 18 22:28:37 GMT 2011
as a matter of fact i do experience this and dont show html. Despite
that if i copy text or even from the ´fancy´ header it gets pasted as
html everywhere. Very anoying. You copy one plain text word and get a
full html page with html and body tag etc in your clipboard...
I would love to see it fixed or know where to configure it. It must´ve
been introduced in one of the last bugfix releases.
Grtz jos using his gf´s phone...
On 2/18/11, Duncan <1i5t5.duncan at cox.net> wrote:
> Duncan posted on Fri, 18 Feb 2011 17:30:54 +0000 as excerpted:
>> For those viewing in HTML... well... what can I say... except to
>> strongly encourage them to change their viewing prefs to plain text.
>> It's certainly safer, and would appear to solve the problem posed by the
>> thread, as well.
> Thinking about it, I /think/ I figured out another way, as well. It's not
> tested because as I said I don't do HTML format display for security
> reasons and because it's my opinion that only three types of folks use
> HTML mail, the spammers (they use it to hide some of their tricks,
> sometimes), the malware purveyors (likewise, plus they get to use security
> exploits in some cases), and those who don't know better and probably
> don't have a lot worth reading anyway, or they'd not need fancy HTML
> formatting to dress it up, but the idea should work for HTML displaying
> folks too, tho it'll require jumping thru a few extra hoops...
> Try forwarding the message, then in the composer window, switching the
> format out of HTML mode if necessary (under Options, Formatting). That
> should leave you with plain text, which can be select/copy/pasted /as/
> plain text.
> It may be possible to make it simpler by playing with the standard or
> custom templates a bit, too. Just be sure you understand the implications
> of removing all those substitution characters in the standard templates if
> you decide to experiment with them. Probably, a custom template until
> you're more familiar with how they work, would be safer. Save messing
> with the standard templates until you're familiar with how they work and
> know you can fix it if you don't like how something turns out.
> Duncan - List replies preferred. No HTML msgs.
> "Every nonfree program has a lord, a master --
> and if you use the program, he is your master." Richard Stallman
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