Re: Please place responses at the beginning of your email.Re: WhichLinux + screen reader to choose?

statement 1A: I am voicing an average consensus that came up on this list a while back when someone made a loud, thoroughly annoying, and biased request to the list. part 1B: the "better" application is the one that works best for the user, which for my needs so far is outlook express.

statement 2, no that one wasn't you.

statement three, again it veers into personal opinion, my o e is set to reply in the format received, so if your using plain text and you and I personally e mail each other you will get plain text, but for my... needs and use plain text is not better, period end of quote! since I use stationary and other little niceties that don't work with plain text.

inthane
----- Original Message ----- From: "Daniel Dalton" <d.dalton@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "blind programming" <programmingblind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, April 18, 2008 2:07 AM
Subject: Re: Please place responses at the beginning of your email.Re: WhichLinux + screen reader to choose?


On Thu, 17 Apr 2008, inthaneelf wrote:

why should I change an application because of one or a couple other users,

So you don't complain?
Also thunderbird is better than that outlook express rubish from microsoft, it can block quote the quotes so it is easy to skip passed although I prefer the > signs...

that's like the dude out here that insisted that we change our clients to

Was that me?

plain text instead of html, because it gave him a problem, while his bloody plain text messages gave all of us using outlook in the standard set up a bunch of garbage on the screen, excuse me but that's out of line, way out of

Plain text is better...

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