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The following information is also available in Pine itself, in the Release Notes which can be accessed from Pine's MAIN MENU screen:
NEW IN PINE 4.60 Version 4.60 is an evolutionary release which introduces some new functionality. Additions include: * In PC-Pine, add ability to do piping, Sending-Filters, Display-Filters, and other operations where external command execution is possible. * Control margins in Message Viewing screen with Viewer-Margin-Left and Viewer-Margin-Right * Display flowed text well * Send flowed text when possible, with the ability to turn this behavior off through the new feature Quell-Flowed-Text * Add keywords to folders using the Keywords option to set them up and the Flag Command to set or clear them for particular messages. Filters may also set or clear keywords. Keywords may be used for Selecting messages, for matching messages in Rule Patterns, and may be displayed in the index using the SUBJKEY token in the Index-Format option. * In Mac OS X, view and send attachments and URLs according to how the system defines handling them, without relying on the existence of a mailcap or mime.types file * For PC-Pine, add a separate window that contains new mail notifications for all folders currently opened (in PC-Pine Config menu). * Reply or Forward using a Role by turning on the Alternate-Role-Menu option * More IMAP connection caching: control it with options Stay-Open-Folders, Preopen-Stayopen-Folders, Max-Remote-Connections, and Offer-Expunge-On-Stayopen-Folders * New feature Offer-Expunge-On-Inbox * An attempt is made to convert incoming UTF-8 messages to the user's character set * Added support for HOME and END keys in message view and message index * Prevent canonicalization of news server names by setting Mult-Newsrc-Hostnames-as-Typed * Remove hostname from NNTP Path header with Hide-NNTP-Path option * Support for External Categorizer Commands in Rules * Improved interface when editing rules with many comma-separated values * More control over mail checking frequency with Quell-Mailchecks-Composing-Except-Inbox, Quell-Mailchecks-Composing-Inbox, and Mail-Check-Interval-Noncurrent * More control over filtering of control characters to screen with Pass-C1-Control-Characters-as-is option * New Export and Unexport commands in FOLDER LIST screen * Now possible to use message size in Rule Patterns * As a convenience, a shortcut for the command line argument "-feature-list=feature" is "-feature", for example, "-signature-at-bottom" or "-no-signature-at-bottom" * Add PC-Pine command-line argument "-registry noset" * Add command-line argument "-nowrite_passfile" * Add feature Quell-Attachment-Extension-Warn * Add features Quell-Filtering-Messages and Quell-Filtering-Done-Message * Add feature Quell-Charset-Warning * Add feature Maildrops-Preserve-State * Don't remove whitespace from the end of lines, a behavior which can be turned off through the new feature Strip-Whitespace-Before-Send * Double dollar sign escapes special meaning of dollar sign in both Unix Pine and PC-Pine (Using Environment Variables) * RedHat and Debian ports more closely obey the Linux Hierarchy Standard * Improve performance of Select command when using Narrow or Broaden and talking to an IMAP server * Add feature Disable-Terminal-Reset-For-Display-Filters (you might want to look into this if you have noticed that the coloring of quoted text is broken when viewing messages) * When displaying a message with QP encoding errors, instead of just reporting "Non-hexadecimal character in QP encoding" and then giving up, attempt to do the best possible * Add feature Show-Sort * Add feature Downgrade-Multipart-To-Text * Add feature Dead-Letter-Files * Port named "soc" is an attempt to use native Solaris compiler * Add ability to justify the full message from the composer by doing Control-W Control-J Bugs that have been addressed in this release include: * Crash when forwarding an attached message as an attachment * Crash because of DebugJournal code on some systems, related to the way they handle variable length arguments in C * Crash when indexline colors are enabled and the last message of a mailbox is expunged out from under us * In FOLDER LIST screen using Select, Narrowing was not working correctly * When viewing a message with colored quotes, sometimes lines would be erased from the screen when using the Up Arrow key * Bug where normal text remained the same color as links after viewing certain types of HTML-formatted messages * More thoroughly use partial fetching for Quell-SSL-Largeblocks when working around the Microsoft SSL crash that they continuously forget to fix * Crash when entering numerous attachments in the composer Attchmnt: line * Crash when composing to command line argument when address requires an LDAP lookup * Forwarding an address book distribution list did not work correctly in PC-Pine * GoTo a POP folder was broken in 4.58 * Non-terminating Filter Rules that only set message state, when followed by a regular terminating rule that moved or deleted a message, would cause messages matching the non-terminating rule to be incorrectly deleted * Near-infinite loop trying to open a temp file if disk quota is exceeded * Crash when trying to view attachment with a RFC-2047-encoded filename * Crash or data corruption when editing a HEADER COLOR's Pattern to match * HEADER COLOR's Pattern to match truncated to 100 characters * In C locales where the decimal point character used by the printf function is comma, some files could not be attached because their size was listed as 7,3 KB, causing a parsing problem * Bug where including a file from the composer would sometimes fail unnecessarily * Warn before attempting to view a file:// URL * Pine on Mac OS X appears to hang when saving an attachment by overwriting a file * Pine hangs when given bad input for a rule interval * Couldn't use Filters anymore if an empty file was included. The same was true for other types of Rules, as well. * Pine loses track of its selected messages and only saves one message when new mail arrives during an aggregate save.
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