*nix Thread, Footnotes in mutt/vi/elvis in Technical; Ok, another powdarrmonkey long shot...
I notice on a lot of mailing lists urls are shown as [n] and an ...
4th September 2008, 09:25 PM #1
Footnotes in mutt/vi/elvis
Ok, another powdarrmonkey long shot...
I notice on a lot of mailing lists urls are shown as [n] and an accompanying footnote is provided with the address in. I can't find anyway of doing this automatically myself, short of by hand, using mutt and vi/elvis. It may be done by the list software, but my mails haven't show up like this so I suspect it's client software. Can anyone shed any light on this, or is everyone else just more diligent than me?
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6th September 2008, 12:32 AM #2
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I seem to remember there was an emacs bundle that would do this - possibly part of gnus, but it's been a while since I used gnus to read my mail, so I could be imagining it!
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