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Subject: Re: Top-Posting, Vis-a-Vis Last Night's Fuss
Re: Top-Posting, Vis-a-Vis Last Night's Fuss
So-- gimmie a program or some such so that when using hotmail, I bottom post
automaticly and can set it to what I want it to be (example, on mon, sep 2,
blah blah wrote, or you wrote etc). Right now its sort of impossible to
bottom post if I don't know how to shorten the headers, and besides, you'd
stil be reading the above messages, and would be scrolling just as far down,
anyway, so what's the point of me bottom-posting if your going to have to
scroll down nevertheless" Sorry this was discussed way back when but I
haven't checked my email in a while.
>From: Henning Oschwald <listmail_at_hoschwald.de>
>Reply-To: Rockbox <rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se>
>Subject: Re: Top-Posting, Vis-a-Vis Last Night's Fuss
>Date: Thu, 30 Aug 2007 19:35:15 +0200
>On Mo, Aug 27 2007, Mike Miller wrote:
> > Top posting can be easier to read _if_ you know the entire context;
> > I assume that the reason it's easier for the blind is that waiting for
> > the screen reader to go through the entire quoted messages takes quite
> > a while.
>Most screenreaders are able to jump to the next paragraph with a
>short-cut. If one doesn't want to read a cited pparagraph, he can simply
>move to the next uncited part.
> > Are there screen readers that are intelligent enough to identify
> > quoted text and skip it automatically (or allow the user to skip it)?
>For Win**ws users e.g. there are Jaws-Scripts for the mail program 'The
>Bat", which lets the Screenreader read cited Text with a different voice
>than the default one. Jumping to the next not-cited paragraph is also
>IMHO, using a screenreader is not an excuse for top-posting.
> > For comparison, gmail can do that (although the header of the
> > replied-to message is not hidden by default)
>Gnus (which I'm using myself) also can do that.
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