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[Groff] address@hidden: Re: Following on from our #debian discussion re. mm macros]
Thu, 6 Jun 2002 12:51:01 +0100
Can anyone (J?rgen?) comment on this user's query? He suggested the
following change to make sure the subject line in mm is followed by a
--- contrib/mm/m.tmac.orig Tue Jun 4 01:56:52 2002
+++ contrib/mm/m.tmac Thu Jun 6 12:48:06 2002
@@ -3426,6 +3426,7 @@
. if '\\*[let*type]'SB' .ti +5m
Colin Watson address@hidden
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Date: Thu, 9 May 2002 14:32:31 +0100 (BST)
Subject: Re: Following on from our #debian discussion re. mm macros
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On 7 May, Colin Watson wrote:
> On Tue, May 07, 2002 at 10:57:04PM +0100, address@hidden wrote:
>> Following on from our #debian discussion re. mm macros
>> There was a problem with blank lines between the inside address and the
>> salutation but this seems to be fixed with the recent update. The only
>> patch in tmac I would be inclined to put in at the moment would be an
>> extra blank line after the subject line, i.e.:
> I see. Would you mind sending me the source for this PostScript example
> so that I have a quick test case?
The code would look something along the following lines:
.LO SJ ""
.LO SJ "Subject Line"
Note this is fully blocked style, in simplified style (.LT SP) a blank
line separates the subject line and opening paragraph. Maybe the styles
are deliberately designed this way but maybe it's a bug.
One other thing that could also be a bug. The subject line in the above
example prints out okay. But change the letter style to .LT SP
(simplified) and only the first word prints out (i.e. 'Subject' and nowt
else). You have to use non-breaking spaces i.e. Subject\ Line instead of
quotes to print the whole line.
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