[pulseaudio-discuss] difference between Gnome Sound Preferences and PulseAudio Volume Control

Ng Oon-Ee ngoonee at gmail.com
Mon Jun 7 06:31:25 PDT 2010

On Mon, 2010-06-07 at 13:18 +0000, Piscium wrote:
> ----- Original Message ----
> > From: Colin Guthrie <gmane at colin.guthr.ie>
> > To: pulseaudio-discuss at mail.0pointer.de
> > Sent: Mon, 7 June, 2010 12:20:44
> > Subject: Re: [pulseaudio-discuss] difference between Gnome Sound Preferences and PulseAudio Volume Control
> As many of the developer are 
> > subscribed to 40+ mailing lists, reading
> the messages and separating out what 
> > you are interested in, verses what
> is irrelevent to you is often tricky. 
> --------------------------
> Thanks for the explanation. I am currently subscribed to 8 lists on this email account, much less than the 40+ you mention. Yet I am a bit weary of setting up an email client and downloading to my PC all these emails, as often I only read the headers.
> I am very happy with Yahoo with respect to reading emails, and I have set up rules so that emails are routed on arrival to different folders according to the list they came from. The problem is that Yahoo, as seen, is not suitable for bottom posting because it messes up indenting. Moreover there is no way to specify that you want a line break at 72 characters, for example.
> I have an account at Hotmail and it is much worse than Yahoo with respect to plain text emails. So my question is if there is a good email website for this purpose. Is gmail any good?
Gmail is pretty good in the sense that it lets you do text-only by
default. However the cursor defaults to the top of the email, which is
okay if you're already in the habit of bottom-posting. The best part of
gmail for ML subscription is the threaded view which is far and away the
best in ANY offline/web-based client. Thunderbird 3's comes close, but
no cigar just yet.

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