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Changes from Pine 4.20 to 4.21

This information is also available in Pine itself, in the Release Notes which can be accessed from Pine's MAIN MENU screen:
New in Pine

   Version is mainly intended to fix bugs introduced in previous
   Bugs that have been addressed in this release include:
     * 'N' flag not preserved across sessions
     * 'N' flag not cleared when messages containing non-text pieces
     * Sort failure using non-UW IMAP servers
     * Linux port: failure to recognize resized display
     * Problems with quoted /user= argument in smtp-server config
     * Transient (e.g., mistyped password) authentication failures not
     * Rare cases of deleted header lines reappearing after ^X in
     * Customized headers Bcc, To, Cc and Lcc not shown when posting news
     * Problem with role pattern vs. color patterns in a file
     * Problem with color display vs. single line scrolling
     * Last line of one-page message not displayed in rare cases
     * Text in Reply/Forward of encapsulated multipart/alternative and
       signed missing
     * Failure to recognize list management headers in sorted folder
     * Attachments sometimes marked for deletion when scoring in use
     * Delayed notification of messages filtered from Inbox to current
     * WhereIs to start or end of Folder List screen didn't
     * PC-Pine crash selecting text from secondary window
     * PC-Pine instances of "FOLDER CLOSED DUE TO ACCESS ERROR"
   General improvements include:
     * Filter performance and interface tuning:
          + User-Interface changes to avoid accidental deletion of mail
          + Action Folders local to PC-Pine no longer require
          + Improved expunge performance with filters enabled
     * NNTP performance improvements in MESSAGE INDEX screen
     * Role Command (#) improvements
     * Improved display of addresses containing comma in personal name
     * Numerous Text/HTML parser improvements
     * Continued help text improvements

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