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Re: problem: emacs 23 and emacspeak 29, gnus 5.13 - reply with marked region



I hate to top post, but it seems appropriate here.  

Sorry, I can't see any reason that these commands should not be working
as advertised.  As you can see from the documentation for each function,
there is no advise on the functions that would be messing things up.
Also, I had a look at the functions themselves and, if I remember
correctly, it does not seem that the functions that are called are
advised.  

You have exhausted my debugging skills.  If anyone else has any input
this would be the time.

Sorry,
rdc

<rabbitko@tenbit.pl> writes:

> Robert D. Crawford <rdc1x@comcast.net> napisał(a) :
>
>> Hmmm, I've never used this particular feature.  Can you describe the
>> process you take to do this?  The reason I ask is that I don't see a
>> command to reply from the *Article* buffer.  I should have some time
>> tomorrow to take a look at this if no one else gets to it before then.
>> No guarantees but even a blind squirrel gets a nut every once in a
>> while, if you'll pardon the expression.
>
> Commands I use are bound to capital R and capital F.
>
> First R:
> R runs the command gnus-article-reply-with-original, which is an
> interactive compiled Lisp function in `gnus-art.el'.
>
> It is bound to R.
>
> (gnus-article-reply-with-original &optional wide)
>
> Start composing a reply mail to the current message.
> The text in the region will be yanked.  If the region isn't active,
> the entire article will be yanked.
>
> Then F:
> F runs the command gnus-article-followup-with-original, which is an
> interactive compiled Lisp function in `gnus-art.el'.
>
> It is bound to F.
>
> (gnus-article-followup-with-original)
>
> Compose a followup to the current article.
> The text in the region will be yanked.  If the region isn't active,
> the entire article will be yanked.
-- 
Robert D. Crawford                                      rdc1x@comcast.net

I suppose one could claim that an undocumented feature has no
semantics.  :-(
		-- Larry Wall in <199710290036.QAA01818@wall.org>

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