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Re: OT: Quoting: snip not relevant content (Was Re: [tdf-discuss] phpbb for the official LO forums)


Hi Jonathan,

Jonathan Aquilina wrote (06-11-11 08:05)

My apologies Cor ill try my best to snip

Thanks for this :-)

but for me at times I have a
touch time determining what i should leave and what should be snipped so
that one still understands the context of the msg

Indeed, this is not always easy.
The least that can be done is snip all except the last message. If people want to see that, there is the previous mail in either the mail box or in the archives.
Also snipping footer and salutation could be done by default.
The rest often takes more thinking.
I find it interesting to see how people at developer list often can trim.
Of course comparing with that is not completely fair: technical questions often are easier to snip in parts then more broad discussions.

Another thing that makes trimming easier, is when others start new sentences at new lines :-)

Anyway thanks and I look forward to your next post ;-)
Cheers,

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