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Re: [h-e-w] gnuclientw, Cygwin paths and mutt.

From: Guy Worthington
Subject: Re: [h-e-w] gnuclientw, Cygwin paths and mutt.
Date: Mon, 2 Dec 2002 15:53:47 +0800
User-agent: Mutt/1.4i

On Sun, Dec 01, 2002 at 01:54:19AM -0600, David Vanderschel wrote:
> On Sunday, December 01, "Guy Worthington" <address@hidden> wrote:
> It worked!

I still haven't got over the magic of the fact that emacs and mutt are
talking to each other.  (But then again this is only my second mail.)

> Recall my commenting:
> >I do not think this is necessary anymore.  The
> >instance of gnuclient will be 'notified' by default
> >now on closing the buffer.
> All you need to do is save the buffer and close it.
> So you don't really need to learn that peculiar
> server-edit function.

OK, this time around, I'll save and close the buffer.

> See? - You are not following my advice slavishly enough!  ;-)

Perhaps I'm using too much hyperbole.  You'll probably be even more
underwhelmed to know that you're immortalized in my computer ... when
I press C-h f and then type dv-<tab>, I get

dv-close-client-frame              dv-do-mailto
dv-focus-frame                     dv-focus-initial-frame

> Did you install Winkey?  I think that is much preferable to shortcut
> keys on Windows Desktop shortcuts.

I've only got one shortcut key on my desktop:

Ctrl+Alt+E which fires up the command:

C:\emacs-21.2\bin\gnudoit.exe -q (dv-focus-initial-frame)

Saving and Killing Buffer

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