The files correspondence-arcs.plist and correspondence-arcs-widescreen.plist combine the Correspondence view with the Thread Arcs view. Correspondence Arcs is designed more for a taller, more narrow, view, while Correspondence Arcs (Widescreen) is designed for more for a widescreen layout. Additionally, in Correspondence Arcs I often hide the Messages sidebar and either use the Gmail shortcuts or ⌘T to access the Go to Mailbox feature.
|composer.plist||Shortcuts for the email composition window|
|gmail.plist||Gmail style shortcuts in the main viewer window|
|gmail-extended.plist||Custom Gmail style shortcuts in the main viewer window|
|trackpad-gestures.plist||Trackpad gestures as outlined in the manual|
These are fairly self-explanatory if you look through the
plist files. They should be placed in
NOTE: You may need to make the
KeyBindings folder if you don't already have one. See Installation below.
The key bindings in gmail.plist are written to provide parity with Gmail, to the extent that is feasible in MailMate. These go beyond what has already been done with the Gmail key bindings included in MailMate. A table of feature parity may be found in the file [Gmail Shortcuts.md](Gmail Shortcuts.md).
I have additionally included a couple of (IMHO) improvements to the standard version, which are in gmail-extended.plist:
|gu||go to smart mailbox, Unread|
|gg||move to the top of the list (Vim-style)|
|⇧G||move to the bottom (Vim-style)|
|r||reply to message and insert salutation in message|
|⌘⇧F||forward message as an attachment|
|⇧E||archive all messages in the current thread|
|N||select next message for modification|
|P||select previous message for modification|
Mailmate user customizations are stored in
~/Library/Application Support/MailMate/Resources. If you don't have any customizations, I'll suggest doing this:
mkdir -p "$HOME/Library/Application Support/MailMate/Resources" git clone https://github.com/chauncey-garrett/mailmate.git "$HOME/Library/Application Support/MailMate/Resources"
To set the tags shortcut to
l, type this in terminal:
defaults write com.freron.MailMate MmTagsPreferencesKeyEquivalentsColumnEnabled -bool YES
Now, relaunch MailMate and set the shortcut in the preferences pane (MailMate > Preferences... > General > Custom Key Bindings > Enable). Enable the key bindings that you want by entering them in the box below, e.g.
Add it to your toolbox; if not, open an issue! I appreciate all feedback.
I specifically want to thank Benny Kjær Nielsen for making this repository possible by producing MailMate, and for providing excellent customer support in regard to how to best make these customizations.
The author(s) of this module should be contacted via the issue tracker.