> Here's an item for the PINE wish list - separate composition of a new
> message from continuation of suspended composition of a message in
> I routinely hit 'c' and immediately start typing the destination address,
> forgetting that I had something suspended, so PINE eats my keystrokes
> until I happen to hit an 'n' or a 'y'.
> I'd prefer that 'c' to "compose" always start a new message, and that
> to continue a suspended composition there be a separate non-conflicting
Well, except that if you forget you suspended an email message it is a nice
As you say yourself, you had forgotten that you had suspended something. I
do this too, and often quit pine entirely with the message still suspended.
Worst-case scenario I kept wondering why they were not getting back to me on
a message I never actually sent.
However I agree that it is at time very frustrating when you look up and see
'y or n' when you've been typing something..... I'm just not sure how to best
change the current feature.
What I would like to see:
notice if I try to quit pine with a message suspended (of course you could
turn that off in preferences)
notice if I start pine with a message suspended (which you could also turn
off). Right now it only does
this if the message was _interrupted_.