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Re: Mc Digest, Vol 68, Issue 12

Subject: Re: Mc Digest, Vol 68, Issue 12
From: "Joe(theWordy)Philbrook"
Date: Fri, 18 Dec 2009 14:46:59 -0500 EST
It would appear that on Dec 18, MK did say:

> Subject: Re: Mc Digest, Vol 68, Issue 12

 Just a side note, how would a NON-digest subscriber know what issue 12 is?

At the moment this list is low enough volume that I'm likely to scan the
contents of any thread I don't KNOW is uninteresting to me. But if the
list becomes a high volume one and the tendency to use such cryptic Subject:
headers persists I'd miss some good stuff.... Such as:
> chris glur wrote:
> > My mc doesn't wear out. The slak3/199? version is fine too.
> > Beware of creeping featurism.
> > Wow, that's great. Actually it gives me the "other panel's path",
> Ctrl-x then p (this panel), ctrl-x then ctrl-p (other panel).  Ie, for this 
> panel release ctrl before you press p.
> > I'd word this more strongly:
> > * we don't want to find these trick by luck.
> > * where's the officail list ?
> > * how many more are hiding ?
> Those two are under F1 (help) ->Contents->Keys: Shell Command line.  Alt-p 
> and Alt-n (for command history) are there too if you don't know about those!!
> Somebody also sent me this and forgot to CC the list:
> >Alt-a -- get the fullpath for the current panel directory
> >Alt-A -- get the fullpath for the other panel directory
> Same thing only easier!  I don't see them anywhere in Help tho.

Alt-a Alt-enter makes a very good substitute for C-Shift-enter. I'm real
glad I opened this one...

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