ldavis at shellworld.net
Wed Feb 25 05:33:24 UTC 2004
The -I switch, specifies the "initial keystrokes" to pine. Not a macro,
just a startup-only shortcut.
If you want to make it official, enter pine config (press "s", then "c",
from the main menu), and search for "initial".
On Tue, 24 Feb 2004, Jude DaShiell wrote:
> I had read mentions of pine macros on comp.mail.pine a long time ago and
> went looking for them on the web using google. What I found would work if
> following the (-I) command line switch on the command line since commands
> when more than one happens are separated by (,) characters, but no mention
> was made about the other information I requested on those web pages. How
> to store; invoke, and where macros are saved.
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