PopTray 3.1 (beta 4)

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PopTray 3.1 (beta 4)

Post by Renier » Mon Mar 29, 2004 12:49 pm

Changes
(+) Translation Added: Galician
(+) New Option: "Show Messages while Checking".
(*) Faster screen updates when using new option (experimental).
(*) Sort "Spam Last" also sorts deleted last.
(*) Rule loading/importing code re-structuring.
(*) Protect existing messages when right-click Add to WhiteList.
(*) StatusBar changed to show message count next to a status icon.
(-) Rule rows were copied to wrong rule when row>1 was selected.
(-) Some minor bugs introduced in beta 3 now fixed.
(-) Accounts drag-and-drop using left mouse button again.
(-) During check, show checking trayicon after deleting.
(-) Don't reset TrayIcon while busy checking and click ShowMessages.
(-) Error during delete switched off Safe Delete for account.
(-) Don't show deleted and spam messages in tray and info.
(-) Continue with checking when Delete fails.
(-) Fixed false "TimeOut" when previewing quoted-printable messages.
(-) Wait for +OK from POP3 server when sending QUIT command.
(-) Some fields were not reset when creating a new rule.
Last edited by Renier on Mon Apr 26, 2004 9:44 am, edited 1 time in total.

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Post by Eduardo » Mon Mar 29, 2004 2:20 pm

And the option: To exclude from the server?
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Post by AhmadMostafa » Mon Mar 29, 2004 3:04 pm

the name of the button "Add Rule to Delete mail from Sender" is not translated in all languages, this was there also in beta3, I deleted the customize file, but the problem persists.

Translators, What do you think?

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Post by quosego » Mon Mar 29, 2004 8:37 pm

Shame on me.

But what/where does "galician" originate from?

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Post by quosego » Mon Mar 29, 2004 9:16 pm

"add rule........." errors:

The text in the poptray userinterface does not exactly match with the english text in the translation file.
Probably therefore the translation is not done.

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Post by vitoco » Tue Mar 30, 2004 4:36 am

AhmadMostafa wrote:the name of the button "Add Rule to Delete mail from Sender" is not translated in all languages, this was there also in beta3, I deleted the customize file, but the problem persists.

Translators, What do you think?
Three messages from the messages window right-click menu where replaced by suboptions, hence deleted from blank.ptlang file, but the original messages are still available in the customization window, under Rules cathegory. These are:

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Add Rule to delete Mail from Sender=
Add Rule to Delete mail with Subject=
Add Rule to mark messages with Subject as Spam=
Also,

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Spam Last=
translation was also removed from blank.ptlang, but used as ever (this sorting option still has a bug when checking for new mail).

++Vitoco

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Post by Renier » Tue Mar 30, 2004 9:49 am

quosego wrote:But what/where does "galician" originate from?
Somewhere from Spain, I believe.

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Post by Borgtex » Tue Mar 30, 2004 11:55 am

Renier wrote:
quosego wrote:But what/where does "galician" originate from?
Somewhere from Spain, I believe.
You're right; is the language used in the region of Galicia, in the north-west of Spain. It has some points of common with portuguese

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