On Thu, Jun 29, 2000 at 10:28:58PM +0100, kevin lyda wrote:
> uh, that was already done. but now that it's done the d key doesn't go
> the "right" way. if the top 10 messages are new that means message 10 is
> the "oldest" new message. if i press d there then i'll go to message 11
> (the newest old message) - when it would be better if i went to message 9
> (the next oldest new message).
Sorry, I misunderstood. Gotcha now.
How about adding this to ~/.muttrc
bind index d noop
macro index d "<delete-message><previous-undeleted>"
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