[RCD] Preventing clicking on the current folder
ziba at umich.edu
Thu Oct 2 21:53:56 CEST 2008
I don't want to be some jerk who questions every commit, but I'm worried
that 1920 will exacerbate some RC problems. 1920 removes the ability
reload the folder currently being viewed by clicking on the folder's
name in the folder list. I think 1920 has a good idea and I would go
farther and say the user shouldn't even be able to click things that do
Unfortunately, being able to click the current folder name that was one
of the easiest and most obvious ways for a user to reload their
mailbox. (They can still hit the browser's refresh).
Reloading the mailbox you are currently in is a work around (admittedly
not a proper fix) for at least two problems.
1.) If you're not using the default sorting, messages inserted by check
mail will be at the top of the list regardless of their proper place.
2.) Under some conditions, like having Thunderbird open and reading the
same mail account as RC, RC's check mail call will update the inbox
count, but fail to add the message to the message list. (I'll open a
ticket later if I can narrow it down)
Thanks for your consideration,
The University of Michigan
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