On Fri, May 19, 2000 at 02:24:16PM +0100, Brendan Kehoe mentioned:
> Don't suppose anyone's heard of a graphical interface to Mutt being created?
>> Pine, elm, and the others are all fine until you start to need mouse buttons
> to avoid typing pain, I've found. Then the keystrokes for everything start to
> really wear on you.
Eterm comes with a "theme" for mutt. It has menus which just put
keypresses into the terminal. Nice idea, actually. You could have a look
at that ('Eterm -t mutt' I think).
Balsa and Spruce are based on libmutt, which mutt uses for parsing mail,
but that's about it.
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