• Quoter: evolution news ;)

    From alexander koryagin@2:5020/400 to All on Sat Mar 3 08:24:55 2018
    From: "alexander koryagin" <koryagin@erec.ru>

    Hello, All!

    Having listening many opinions (thank you!) I've made some modifications which probably can satisfy all people.

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    Quoter allows to write/answer messages and it makes the final output in following forms:

    Variant 1: A fully format-flowed text for both quoted paragraphs and simple text. Every paragraph (with different initials, quoting levels) will be in the from of a long line that ends with Carriage Return (CR == \r\n).

    Variant 2: Both quoted paragraphs and a simple text will be formatted by any width you wish. Your text will look like a usual formatted ASCII text (you can even justify it). One long paragraph consists of several short lines each of them ends with CR.

    Variant 3: Quoted paragraphs are formatted by any width you wish, but a simple text ("your" text paragraphs in the message) will be in the form of long lines which end with \r\n.

    How to work. The Wrap mode and Format mode.

    The Wrap mode: If you edit the message which contains long paragraphs you can turn the Wrap mode on. In this mode all the long lines will be wrapped (visually) and you will be able to see all the text. As an alternative you can format all the text and then work with formatted text in the Format mode.

    In the Wrap mode you can write your own lines and don't care about the line width -- text will be wrapped automatically. No carriage returns (CRs) are inserted. If you want to insert some additional CRs -- insert them whenever you
    want. Remember, however, that paragraphs without quoting marks must be separated by a empty line.

    After completing your message switch to the format mode.

    Variant 1: If you want to follow fully to the format-flowed convention you must
    unformat all "chopped" paragraphs and transform them to the form of single lines. So, select all the text and press "Unform.sel.text" or "Unformat selected text" in the pop-up menu. That's all. All the lines now in the form of
    a single line. Copy all the text to the clipboard and paste it into the place you have taken it from.

    Variant 2. Select all the text and format it. Copy all the text to the clipboard and paste it into the place you have taken it from.

    Variant 3. Select all the text and press "Unform.my.text" or "Unformat not-quoted text only" in the pop-up menu. In this case all the quoted paragraphs will be preserved as they are, but your not-qouted paragraphs will be transformed as single lines. Copy all the text to the clipboard and paste it
    into the place you have taken it from.
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    Bye All!
    Alexander (yAlexKo[]yandex.ru) + 2:5020/2140.91
    fido7.fidonews 2012



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