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Geoff Shang Geoff at
Fri Nov 23 11:05:57 UTC 2007


re setting up alpine, you will also need to tell alpine to track the cursor 
properly.  You can start alpine with this option enabled by typing

alpine -show-cursor

You can then go into the config screen and enable it permanently.  Or 
you can enable it in the config file .pinerc

Pine's screen layout has status and instructional messages in the 3rd line 
from the bottom of the screen unless the keymenu is disabled.  The bottom 
two lines give available commands, which will probably be very useful for 
you while you get used to using the program (I still have it enabled after 
using alpine and it's previous incarnation pine for almost 13 years).


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