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Option not to mark messages as read when viewed in preview pane #1513

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rcubetrac opened this issue Apr 24, 2008 · 13 comments
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Option not to mark messages as read when viewed in preview pane #1513

rcubetrac opened this issue Apr 24, 2008 · 13 comments

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@rcubetrac rcubetrac commented Apr 24, 2008

Reported by JohnDoh on 24 Apr 2008 17:37 UTC as Trac ticket #1485012

Patch adds an option to the user preferences to not mark a message as read when it is viewed in the preview pane.

Migrated-From: http://trac.roundcube.net/ticket/1485012

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@rcubetrac rcubetrac commented Apr 24, 2008

Comment by @alecpl on 24 Apr 2008 18:40 UTC

My opinion: it's useless and unwanted behaviour.

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@rcubetrac rcubetrac commented Jun 17, 2008

Comment by @till on 17 Jun 2008 15:53 UTC

Well, questioning usefulness. Personally I have no use for it either, but ...

IMHO, it could be used with a default setting that doesn't change anything from now, but users would still be able to set this via user preferences.

So generally +1 from me.

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@rcubetrac rcubetrac commented Apr 6, 2009

Comment by @alecpl on 6 Apr 2009 13:39 UTC

ok, what about displaying in message view (not in preview pane), don't we need such option there?

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@rcubetrac rcubetrac commented Apr 6, 2009

Owner changed by @alecpl on 6 Apr 2009 13:39 UTC

=> none

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@rcubetrac rcubetrac commented Apr 21, 2009

Comment by JohnDoh on 21 Apr 2009 11:11 UTC

personally I think it is only needed with the preview pane, when I actually open a message I expect it to be marked as read. may be there could be 2 seperate options, one for preview pane and one for message view (could always be in the advanced option section). I will attach the lastest version of the patch, I just realised I haven't been doing that for a while :/

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@rcubetrac rcubetrac commented Mar 24, 2010

Comment by @thomascube on 24 Mar 2010 10:40 UTC

I suggest to add it but without the setting for 'message_view_mark_read'. I think it's obvious that the message is read after opening it. Also I'd prefer to add only one line in the user settings page where one can choose from a drop-down: never, immediately, after 5 seconds, after 10 seconds, etc.

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@rcubetrac rcubetrac commented Mar 24, 2010

Milestone changed by @thomascube on 24 Mar 2010 10:40 UTC

later => 0.4-beta

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@rcubetrac rcubetrac commented Mar 25, 2010

Comment by @alecpl on 25 Mar 2010 14:42 UTC

One select in preferences, so there could be also one option. Do we need two? Would be simpler.

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@rcubetrac rcubetrac commented Mar 29, 2010

Comment by @thomascube on 29 Mar 2010 18:13 UTC

Damn you perfectionists out there :-)
I'll change it when taking it into trunk.

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@rcubetrac rcubetrac commented Mar 29, 2010

Status changed by @thomascube on 29 Mar 2010 18:13 UTC

new => assigned

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@rcubetrac rcubetrac commented Mar 29, 2010

Owner changed by @thomascube on 29 Mar 2010 18:13 UTC

=> thomasb

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@rcubetrac rcubetrac commented Apr 9, 2010

Comment by @thomascube on 9 Apr 2010 15:13 UTC

Finally committed in bc49601, thanks for the patience!

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@rcubetrac rcubetrac commented Apr 9, 2010

Status changed by @thomascube on 9 Apr 2010 15:13 UTC

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