[MlMt] Driving me nuts..

Verdon Vaillancourt verdonv at gmail.com
Tue Jan 15 19:28:43 EST 2019

Also very interesting to see the ways other people adapt this wonderful 
application to suit their workflow. Thanks for sharing!


On 15 Jan 2019, at 17:51, Zvi Biener wrote:

> Just be careful to reverse the changes by pressing the key again (FYI, 
> the mailbox will have a little mark next to it when the filter key is 
> applied). Messages that are 'disappeared' disappear everywhere(!!): in 
> SmartMailboxes that might catch them, in searches, etc. It's like they 
> are not there at all.
> One way to do use this FilterKey effectively, I think: 1) I have my 
> mailboxes display a counter of unread messages. 2) I've key-bound 'n' 
> to unset the FilterKey of the currently selected mailbox, go to the 
> next mailbox that has a count (that has unread messages), and apply 
> the FilterKey. I run through all my mailboxes by pressing n multiple 
> times. 3) I have 'c' bound to mark as read all the unread messages in 
> a folder. This is very useful for junky mailboxes, since it means I 
> can go through them very quickly, by just pressing 'n' then 'c', 
> repeat. 4) I've bound 'i' to unset the FilterKey of the current 
> mailbox, go back to the Inbox, and restore a previously memorized set 
> of expanded/collapsed mailboxes. Essentially, this gets me back to the 
> Inbox and collapses all the mailboxes that pressing 'n' repeatedly 
> expanded. Back to a clean state, with all messages available to 
> smartMailboxes, etc. I can send you the bindings off-list, if you'd 
> like.
> Z
> On 15 Jan 2019, at 16:51, Edward Thome wrote:
>> On 13 Jan 2019, at 9:18, Zvi Biener wrote:
>>> I'm a huge fan of the toggleFilterKey action. If you add a 
>>> keybinding like:
>>> 	"x" = ( "toggleFilterKey:", "unread");
>>> Pressing it in will immediate show you only the unread messages, 
>>> effectively disappearing all the others.
>>> Actually, I have:
>>> 	"x" = ( "toggleFilterKey:", "unread", "makeFirstResponder:", 
>>> "mainOutline", "selectFirstMessageRow:");
>>> Which also includes moving the focus on the messages, but that's not 
>>> essential.
>>> Zvi
>> Cool!
>> Thanks!
>> Ed
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