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Hylton Boothroyd <hb-jtbdircon.co.uk> wrote: > I wrote: > > > I've never seen any hint of a 'groupview "New"' in MacSOUP! I can find > > no mention of it in the manual or in the readme. > > Or are you just talking about the "New" option that's "always" been > there in each individual newsgroup? Yes! -- The trouble with the global village are all the global village idiots. - Paul Ginsparg....

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    Default Re: Groupview [was Re: MacSOUP 2.5b3 available]

    Hylton Boothroyd <hb-jtbdircon.co.uk> wrote:
    > I wrote:
    >
    > > I've never seen any hint of a 'groupview "New"' in MacSOUP! I can find
    > > no mention of it in the manual or in the readme.
    >
    > Or are you just talking about the "New" option that's "always" been
    > there in each individual newsgroup?
    Yes!
    --
    The trouble with the global village are all the
    global village idiots. - Paul Ginsparg.
    Jesper Guest

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    Default Re: Groupview [was Re: MacSOUP 2.5b3 available]

    Neill Massello <neillmasselloearthlink.net> wrote:
    > Hylton Boothroyd <hb-jtbdircon.co.uk> wrote:
    >
    > > Jesper <noneinvalid.invalid> wrote:
    > > > I just downgraded to 2.5b2 from 2.5b3, now I'm a happy man again, as
    > > > 2.5b2 allows me to keep all the postings of the day in the groupview
    > > > "New". It is being cleared every time you connect to server i 2.5b3.
    > >
    > > I've never seen any hint of a 'groupview "New"' in MacSOUP! I can find
    > > no mention of it in the manual or in the readme.
    > >
    > > Is GroupView "New" a facility that only appears with OS X?
    > >
    > > If GroupView is available somewhere with OS 9, how do I get at it?
    >
    > With an article list window active, press Command + 5 or look for the
    > pop-up menu in the lower left corner.
    Just press 5, no need to press command.
    --
    The trouble with the global village are all the
    global village idiots. - Paul Ginsparg.
    Jesper Guest

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    Anders Eklöf <andekl_nosaaf_spam.se> wrote:
    > Jesper <noneinvalid.invalid> wrote:
    >
    > > I just downgraded to 2.5b2 from 2.5b3, now I'm a happy man again, as
    > > 2.5b2 allows me to keep all the postings of the day in the groupview
    > > "New". It is being cleared every time you connect to server i 2.5b3.
    >
    > Funny how views can differ. I was pleasantly surprised by this new
    > behavior - it's especially useful when I read binaries groups.
    How right you are about differing views, MacSoup would be the last
    NG-reader I would choose to view binaries..

    --
    madiba
    madiba Guest

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    madiba <downthekraal.com> wrote:
    > >
    > > Funny how views can differ. I was pleasantly surprised by this new
    > > behavior - it's especially useful when I read binaries groups.
    >
    > How right you are about differing views, MacSoup would be the last
    > NG-reader I would choose to view binaries..
    It wasn't my first - that was trn (!) - but definitely my primary choise
    as long as I had a dial-up connection - paying per minute. Today it's
    only a complement to Thoth, primarily for groups with short retention.

    Or is there any way I can *easily* tell Thoth not to forget articles
    that have expired from the server ?
    Or to keep read articles for some time,
    or auto-tag followups to my own posts ?
    I think it can be done, but not in a very practical manner.

    There are a few other things on my wish list, too, bur they are
    mainly applicable to text groups.
    Anders Eklöf Guest

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    Anders Eklöf <andekl_nosaaf_spam.se> wrote:
    > madiba <downthekraal.com> wrote:
    >
    > > > Funny how views can differ. I was pleasantly surprised by this new
    > > > behavior - it's especially useful when I read binaries groups.
    > >
    > > How right you are about differing views, MacSoup would be the last
    > > NG-reader I would choose to view binaries..
    >
    > It wasn't my first - that was trn (!) - but definitely my primary choise
    > as long as I had a dial-up connection - paying per minute.
    I think we all learned to appreciate MacSoup in our dial-up days..
    >Today it's only a complement to Thoth, primarily for groups with short
    >retention.
    >
    > Or is there any way I can *easily* tell Thoth not to forget articles that
    > have expired from the server ? Or to keep read articles for some time, or
    > auto-tag followups to my own posts ? I think it can be done, but not in a
    > very practical manner.
    >
    > There are a few other things on my wish list, too, bur they are
    > mainly applicable to text groups.

    --
    madiba
    madiba Guest

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