Sat May 3 17:30:09 2003
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On Sat, May 03, 2003 at 03:52:54AM +0100, David Picon Alvarez wrote:
> > I'm afraid I don't follow this. Can you give an example?
> Excuse my confusion. What I'm saying is this. Let's say I want to sign key
> aaaaaaaa and I own keys bbbbbbbb and cccccccc. Now instead of getting the
> "You are about to sign with your key name (comment) e-mail@address. type of
> message I'd rather be told:
> "You are about to sign with your key BBBBBBBB. Or even better the whole fpr.
> When I said the UID I meant I wanted the keyID of the prim key.
Ah, I understand now. That's a good point. It is currently difficult
to tell which key you are signing with if you have more than one key
with the same user ID string.
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