Commit 3e875c2f authored by David Byers's avatar David Byers
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Updated NEWS file

parent 619994dc
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English name: Unread text [u SPC, u TEXT-NUMBER]
** kom-review-cross-references: Reviews all texts cross-referenced
from the selected text.
Swedish name: Återse alla korsreferenser [å a x]
English name: Review all cross references [r a x]
** kom-review-converted: Displays the selected text with all
conversions enabled, even if some or all of them have are disabled
by current settings. This command accepts text number prefix
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** kom-auto-confirm-new-conferences: automatic confirmation in
kom-list-new-conferences and kom-list-new-persons.
** kom-fontify-text: controls if bold/italic fontification of texts
takes place.
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** It is possible to select any number of nameday lists for display,
not just one.
** kom-pick-text-no-strategy-alist: The format of this variable has
been completely redesigned and may be redesigned in the future. If
you have customized this variable, chances are your client won't
work until you remove your customization.
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* Additional changes and bug fixes
** Bold and italic markup in texts.
** When using non-English, a text is shown in English to help users
switch to a different language.
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plain text. This improves performance when displaying virus-laden
attachments to imported e-mail messages.
** The likelihood of unintentionally sending alarm messages has been
reduced further by prompting for recipients in kom-send-alarm and
displaying a warning (prominently).
** Display privileges in person status display.
** When viewing the FAQ for a conference for the first time, follow
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** The regular expression for URLs is more RFC compliant.
** Unknown variables saved in the user area are retained, at least to
some extent. The user area is versioned to print more informative
warnings about unknown variables.
** Saved texts do not have relative dates.
** The client recognizes RTSP URLs.
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The M, m, P, p, r and n directives accept the : character as a flag.
If it is supplied, the regular text properties are not inserted.
All format directives accept the = character as a flag. Using this
flag ensures that the result will be truncated to the field width. In
a MULE-enabled Emacs with a functioning string-width function fields
All format directives accept the =, < and > characters as a flags
before the field width. Using = will cause the result to be exactly
the field width wide. Using < will cause the result to be at most the
field width wide. The default, that the result is at least the field
width widre corresponds to the > character (in other words, you don't
have to specify the > character if you don't want to). In a
MULE-enabled Emacs with a functioning string-width function fields
will be truncated correctly even if some characters occupy multiple
2004-05-03 David Byers <>
* NEWS-0.48: Updated to here.
2004-05-02 David Byers <>
* utilities.el (lyskom-eq-dash): New function.
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