Re: TRN: almost all threads got marked; how2Undo that?

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On Fri, Aug 30, 2002 at 11:52:41AM -0700, Wayne Davison wrote:
> On Thu, 29 Aug 2002, David Combs wrote:
> > So, I guess it'd be safest for me *wait* for an explanation
> > of how the above-described "-"-op will via some hidden magic
> > make those articles become UN-selected.
> Just read the man page:
>        range{,range}:command{:command}
>                Apply a set of commands to a set of  articles.   A
>                range  consists  of  either  <article  number>  or
>                <article number>-<article number>.  A dot '.' rep­
>                resents the current article, and a dollar sign '$'
>                represents the last article.
>                Applicable commands include 'm' (mark as  unread),
>                'M' (mark as read-until-exit), 'j' (mark as read),
>                "s dest" (save to a destination), "e dir" (extract
>                to  directory),  "!command"  (shell  escape),  "="
>                (print the subject), '+'/'-' (select/deselect  the
>                article),  'T+'  (auto-select  the entire thread),
>                'TJ'  (auto-junk  the  entire  thread),  "++"/"--"
>                (select/deselect the associated thread), 'C' (can­
>                cel), as well as S, |, w, W, and t.
>        :command
>                Apply a command to all  the  selected  threads  or
>                their selected articles.  Use "::command" to apply
>                it  to  all  non-selected  threads/articles.   For
>                applicable  commands, see the discussion above for
>                the range command.

Well, I knew that -- but your reminding me of it
(in answer to my problem) told me what I hadn't
thought of -- to use it on that *contiguous* group of
marked articles.



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