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[filmscanners] Re: appropriateness of" Density vs Dynamicrange"thread (pro)

Oops. I just noticed that the word "contains" sits above the 3 options
under Special-->Make Filter: "From, Any Recipient, Subject". OK, I will try
to filter just the thread. Thanks Bob.

But I'll have a fit if someone changes the "density vs dynamic range"
wording in the subject.  I don't want to have to follow a morph.<g>

As an Engineer, I didn't know we Engineers could get to be so boring <GG>.
I guess I should ask my wife and non-Engineering friends if it is a
character flaw!


At 01:02 PM 13/06/2002 -0700, you wrote:

>Don, I still use Eudora Pro 3.  It's filtering functions include "If <name
>of header> contains <string> then <action>.  "Contains" does not appear to
>mean "contains only" so I can use "If Subject contain ADV: then Transfer to
>Ad folder, for instance.  Wouldn't this work for "If Subject contains
>Density vs Dynamic range then Transfer to Trash?  Or is that capability not
>in Eudora 4?
>There's a two clause selection predicate; so If Subject contains ... AND If
>From contains <undesired address> then Transfer to Trash would operate more
>selectively than deleting in advance the entire thread.
>>>Personally, I am happy with this one.
>Agree.  I can ignore the threads that don't interest me.  I'd rather not
>have to check tow groups to decide which ones they are (and, more important,
>which new ones I do wish to follow).
>Bob Shomler
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