On Thursday 12 November 2009 09:47:59 Jorge Salgueiro wrote:
But today's mail-clients are capable of detecting citations (by that nice >-
quotation markers in front of the line) and can fold these parts or format =
a smaller font-size. Why can't (screen-)readers detect and skip them?
I concur that is is a hassle if 30-mails are quoted. But the normal and=20
generally accepted behaviour is to answer below and only quote the relevant=
parts[*]. And to use quotation-markers. Nothing worse then an outlook-user=
answering directly inside your text without quotation-markers...
But if its better accessible for you, we can all switch to text above, full-
quote below and html :-)
[*] Of course this implies that you have actually read at least the parts y=
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