How to change gnupg quotation behaviour?
JPClizbe at comcast.net
Wed Jan 28 20:27:47 CET 2004
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Ben Branders wrote:
> Ben Branders schreef op 28/01/04 18:25:
>>> Is there an option to change GnuPG's behaviour so that it don't
>>> converts my quotation characters?
>>> I'm using GnuPG 1.2.4 and Thunderbird 0.4 with Enigmail 0.83.1.0.
> Apparently it's an Enigmail 'option'. I turned it off and now my
> quotes are ok (I think).
> I has something to do with flowed text (RFC 2646).
Better named Format=Flawed given the headaches it causes with signing and
verification. It allows text to automatically adjust to the width of
different display devices, ie. monitor versus PDA.
Actually it's a hidden Mozilla option
Enigmail just lets you disable the troubled maker.
The Enigmail options all start with "extensions.enigmail". You can see all
the Mozilla options by entering "about:config" as the URL. Defaults are
innormal text. User overrides are in *bold*.
There's a great NS/Mozilla tweaking site at
http://www.holgermetzger.de/etips6.html. This one from the Mail-News section:
#4: How can I have the classic ">" back instead of the
Add the following lines to your user.js:
The third line disables format=flowed and is necessary to
completely disable it. Without it, format=flowed messages
would still have the vertical bar.
user.js is an ordinary text file in your Mozilla profile directory.
We now return this channel to it's normal programming.
John P. Clizbe Inet: JPClizbe(a)comcast DOT nyet
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