The Mail Mode package add a WinEdt mode for editing emails or usenet-postings. It contains of: – Mode Settings – Highlighting – Menus (Popup / Main) You can choose between a normal menu, and a popup menu. The Mail menus contains the following commands: – Add Quote Level – Remove Quote Level – Paste As Quote This will paste the contents of the clipboard and precede all lines with “”. – Paste As Quotation This will paste the contents of the clipboard, enclose it with lines, and add a title field (for quotations from other sources). – Rewrap This will rewrap the selected paragraphs or the complete mail.
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————————— The Mail mode is a special mode for editing messages. The special contents of each menu item can be configured in the menu. The Mail mode is based on a “text-color”-system. Each Mailmenus menu item is started with a text-color (called “quotemanager”-color, if the quotation manager module is used). This text-color is then used to highlight each line in the message. Highlightings contain four different types of color (called “link” if the link module is used). It could make many colours available for highlighting, so you can save a lot of time (and energy, if you are going to highlight a lot of lines). All highlighting commands are related to the current text-color. That means that they can’t use the “link” type of highlighting (because it would always change the text-color too). If no text-color is defined (or isn’t used yet) the highlighted lines are not underlined and are not striked through (this is the default). The default highlightings are: – Default, called “default” – Content, called “link” – Blockquote, called “quotemanager” – Block, called “quotemanager” and includes the font and color settings for a block quote To highlight a single line, it is possible to use the “link” type of highlighting (as well as the “quotemanager” and “quotemanager” highlighting). Special Highlighting Commands: —————————— If the mail file was loaded with an external file (or if there are some non-text fields in the mail that have special highlighting commands in the file), and the mail file has a “.ini” extension, then special highlighting commands in the file can be used in the Mail mode. The Mail mode will then call the “ini” function of the external file (and not the “mail” function of the existing mail mode). This makes it possible to add custom highlighting commands to the external file. Mail Highlighting Commands: —————————- The highlighting commands (and their possible settings) are described in the “ini” file. As you could see, the mail is highlighted by lines of the mail, and a title field is added if the quotation manager module is used. If you
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– Support: The Mail Mode supports all messages (plaintext, html, etc.). You can use it with this Editors: WinEdt, WinEdt Professional, WinEdt Pro, WinEdt Lite and WinEdt Lite Professional or with TexWorks, TexWorks Professional or TinyEdt. – Style management You can save the style with the mail, with the %MailStyle% environment variable or with the MimeType environment variable. – Spell Checking The spellchecking is done by the Editing Package (WinEdt, WinEdt Professional, WinEdt Pro, WinEdt Lite and WinEdt Lite Professional) or with TexWorks, TexWorks Professional or TinyEdt. – Unicode Support The Mail Mode supports all languages. You can change it with the Mail_Language environment variable. – Readability mode The Mail Mode supports the Readability mode. It converts the text to large font size to make it more readable on a screen which is wide. The size of the font can be set by the PsiSize environment variable. If no value is given, the standard editor font size will be used. – Anti-aliasing The Mail Mode supports anti-aliasing. You can change it with the PsiAntialias environment variable. – Typographic Properties The Mail Mode supports the Typographic properties. You can change it with the PsiTypographicProperties environment variable. – Width of the text box You can set the width of the text box with the PsiTextBoxWidth environment variable. – Windows Color You can choose the Windows Colors with the PsiWindowsColor environment variable. To customize the appearance of the package, you should use the MailStyle.ntx file. Download Mail Mode package from: The ZIP-File contains a Package which can be unzipped and used in all supported editors, but it should be reinstalled if you installed it before. Changes: – Support for the Rich Text Format (.rtf) is added. – The Highlighting is now done with a dependency tree. – Reorganisation of the code. – Some bugs are fixed. – The Size of the text box can be changed on all themes (Normal / High Contrast / Low Contrast). – The Asian word captions are supported now. The zip file for the b7e8fdf5c8
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Mail Mode will work on the basic mail editing mode for WinEdt. This mode brings mail mode functionality (to insert quotes, and add the word “quote” to the start of the lines) on the basic mail editing mode. Requirement: Editing Mode: An Editting Mode is required to use the package. You have to work with a plain text editor, like Notepad. Link to the Editting Mode: Download: Install/Uninstall: Uninstall: . Editor Message List: To work with Mail Mode, you must have the Editor, the Message List and the Highlighting Plugin installed. For each of the plugins, a file of their own is located, named after the plugin name. The Editor needs the Highlighting Plugin, so you have to select it at the first installation of the Mail Mode. After installation, you have to restart Editing Mode. Message List: The Message List is required to work with mail mode. It is set up to watch the editor, and highlight text containing (possibly truncated) email addresses. For this, the Message List needs the Mail Mode Plugin or the Highlighting Plugin. The Message List is defined by a file with the extension.mly. Message List Description: The Message List is set up to watch the editor. You can change the configuration of it via Preferences | Message List. You have the following options: – At the cursor: When you press the button ” at the cursor, the Message List will highlight all lines that contains the given word or the full line. – From the Settings: You can define a list of words, that the message list will highlight if these appear anywhere in a line. This can be a comma separated list, like “address,body,quote,eob,quotelevel”. Example: You can put the words “quote,eob,quotelevel”, separated by “,” into the Settings. The Message List will highlight all lines that contains the words you’ve defined. When you enable the option “Include ‘quotelevel’ at line start”, the Message List will highlight all lines that begins with “quote”. You can deactivate the option “Disable quoting for addresses and
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