[MlMt] *Last of Thread* not quite the inverse of *Root of Thread*

Vlad Ghitulescu Vlad at Ghitulescu.de
Mon Jan 18 03:36:49 EST 2016

On 18 Jan 2016, at 9:25, Benny Kjær Nielsen wrote:

> On 17 Jan 2016, at 21:53, Vlad Ghitulescu wrote:
>> I observed that *Last of Thread* jumps on the last email in the 
>> thread **by staying in the email-list**, while *Root of Thread* (that 
>> I press in order to jump back to the first email in the thread) 
>> brings me to the original thread-email **but isolate that thread** 
>> (and so jumps out of the email list). Returning to the list implies 
>> clicking on the - button on the upper right.
>> Why the difference?
> I guess it's a feature. It's a fall back when the root of the thread 
> is not in the current mailbox (which the user would probably already 
> know).
>> Or is it another way to return to the first email in a thread whitout 
>> leaving the email-list-view?
> If I understand correctly, you would like the fall back to be to pick 
> the oldest message in the thread in the current mailbox?

Yes, correct!

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