>>>>> "AA" == Allan Adler <ara@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
AA> Bob Fry <bobfry@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>> For me this often works to Lfst<ret>
AA> Thanks. I went to one offending poster and did this. It had
AA> the effect of marking with a Y all of the followups to
AA> postings by this particular author but did nothing to the
AA> article itself. Also, I'm not sure whether this has to be done
AA> every time one needs the newsgroup.
You only have to do it once. I'm not familiar with the "Y" marking,
perhaps it's a function of a different type of Emacs (I use XEmacs).
AA> I don't have a file named init.el. I do have a file named
AA> .emacs. Should I use that one?
Hmm, you're using GNU Emacs, instead of XEmacs? It's been a long time
since I used GNU Emacs, but I think your .emacs file is the one to
use. Is there other initialization-looking stuff in there?
How do you feel about women's rights ? I like either side of them.
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