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Software and electronics engineer turned AI & robotics researcher.

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Re: Migration status 2 months ago

From Rene Schallner to ~renerocksai/telekasten.nvim-devel

> > Will check out how to give you write access to issues.

I just checked. todo.sr.ht says I gave you access to everything: browse,
submit, comment, edit, triage two months ago. So I don't know why you
can't edit labels. Maybe that's an oversight at SourceHut? I access the
labels in the `labels` tab, next to `closed tickets`. There, on the left
hand side, I can `Add label`, for instance.

This applies to the telekasten.nvim issue tracker which I am sure you
meant...?

However, I planned to migrate the GitHub issues over to SourceHut before
actually using issues on SourceHut. Now that we've been on SourceHut for
a while, it's understandable that you use the tracker there, too.

Re: Open message in a browser 2 months ago

From Rene Schallner to ~rjarry/aerc-discuss

> AERC opens Firefox if I want to read a message in a browser, but I want
> to use Chromium, how do I do it?

I'm sure it's not aerc that associates HTML with Firefox but rather your
system setup.

Anyway, check out the `:pipe` command to pipe the HTML part (needs to be
selected) to another program.

To see an example, you might want to check out vib [0].

[0] : https://sr.ht/~renerocksai/vib/

Re: Migration status 2 months ago

From Rene Schallner to ~renerocksai/telekasten.nvim-devel

Hi Thomas,

My huge, ever growing, super time consuming research project is "over the hump" and in the coming two weeks, I am busy traveling and giving talks. So I guess mid October would be a good time to aim for, what do you think?

I saw some PR activity on GH that is highly appreciated. Hope I'll have time to update sr.ht soon. And, will check out how to give you write access to issues.

Best,
Rene

27.09.2022 21:23:14 Thomas Lambert <dev@tlambert.be>:

> Hi Rene,
> 
> Do you have an idea of when we will actually complete the migration to SH?

Re: Office 365 Authentication 3 months ago

From Rene Schallner to ~rjarry/aerc-discuss

On Sun Sep 4, 2022 at 10:59 PM CEST, Sam Ferguson wrote:

> Excited to say that with Jason's instructions I have got mbsync to
> authenticate with xoauth2 and sync my office365 email. I'm then using
> aerc's maildir support to read the mail directories.

That's awesome!!!

> Briefly, I had to :
> 1) install cyrus-sasl with homebrew, then
 ...
> 13) Test it all out.

> I can write this up with all the gory details if it would help.

Re: displaying images within aerc 3 months ago

From Rene Schallner to ~rjarry/aerc-discuss

On Fri Aug 19, 2022 at 1:28 PM CEST, Bence Ferdinandy wrote:

> That actually sounds pretty good, I might look into it later :)

Sure! 

> > I don't mind typing [n] and [n]:.
>
> :D This is how you get opinions based on yourself 😅 On the other hand
> the pandoc vim plugin seems to support autoformatting to this. I've been
> thinking on switching over to that for markdown support for some time
> now.

BTW cerc's html filters do the same, using `w3m

Re: displaying images within aerc 3 months ago

From Rene Schallner to ~rjarry/aerc-discuss

On Fri Aug 19, 2022 at 9:07 AM CEST, Jens Grassel wrote:

> for me using viu works quite well across a multitude of systems and
> terminals.

...

> Homepage : https://www.wegtam.com

I would have preferred a link to viu. My initial web search returned
Swiss eyewear 😊

Re: displaying images within aerc 3 months ago

From Rene Schallner to ~rjarry/aerc-discuss

On Fri Aug 19, 2022 at 6:19 AM CEST, Thomas Faughnan wrote:

> On Thu Aug 18, 2022 at 5:43 PM EDT, Rene Schallner wrote:
> > You might also want to check out Ueberzug [1].
>
> In my experience ueberzug does not play nicely with kitty when using
> kitty's built-in tabs and windows. Here's an example of ncspot's[0]
> album

We're talking about aerc here, so I ncspot problems are not an ideal way
to assess feasibility. I use ueberzug inside of tmux inside of neovim
inside of telescope preview panes and the only difficult thing was to
calculate the x and y coordinates (in characters).

Re: displaying images within aerc 3 months ago

From Rene Schallner to ~rjarry/aerc-discuss

On Thu Aug 18, 2022 at 2:10 PM CEST, Bence Ferdinandy wrote:

> icat: https://sw.kovidgoyal.net/kitty/kittens/icat/

You might also want to check out Ueberzug [1]. It is a bit more
involved, but with it you can do all sorts of stuff, including playing
videos, pre-viewing PDFs, etc. It creates some sort of X11 overlay
(child window) at a given position.

Here is an example of what it looks like when using it in my
telekasten.nvim [4] plugin, "browsing media files":

https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/30892199/145457923-d3e3a20b-9a33-42d1-aa21-3de6b2295737.png

Re: displaying images within aerc 3 months ago

From Rene Schallner to ~rjarry/aerc-discuss

On Thu Aug 18, 2022 at 10:28 PM CEST, Bence Ferdinandy wrote:

> I now have a solution, which works:
> in [filters]:
> image/*=kitty +kitten icat --silent --transfer-mode stream
>
> This now reliable outputs the image, but unless you do something with it
> it gets stuck there forever (well, until you close aerc). The solution
> to this is to call
> :exec kitty +kitten icat --silent --clear
> while still in the pager, after you exit the pager back to the inbox
> screen all seems to be lost and the picture is there forever.
>
> Since this must not be forgotten: is it possible to have a specific

Re: alternative way to display imgs in terminal 3 months ago

From Rene Schallner to ~renerocksai/telekasten.nvim-devel

On Thu Aug 18, 2022 at 2:59 PM CEST, Rene Schallner wrote:

> On the aerc mailing list, the super awesome tool catimg [1] was
> mentioned. Catimg is actually mentioned in the default aerc.conf, but
> commented out.
>
> I just tried it out and it's awesome!!! I guess, since it only outputs
> unicode, it might be possible to integrate it with telekasten.

Works like a charm, just implemented it. Couldn't resist.