joerg at joergvolbers.de
Sun Apr 9 15:12:53 PDT 2017
If I press <TAB> looking for an address while writing mail,
vanilla notmuch offers me one preselected candidate. Since I use
ivy-mode, this canididate narrows down the list of all candidates,
forcing me to delete the initial input (C-a C-k) before I can
select among this list.
I currently override this behavior by setting
notmuch-address-selection-function to my own function:
(defun jv-notmuch--address-selection (prompt collection
prompt collection nil nil orig 'notmuch-address-history))
This works as intended.
Now my question: Is this something specific to ivy-mode, and would
it be possible to add an option which simulates the above behavior
(basically, using the pre-set variable 'orig' instead of
(car-options) in notmuch-address-expand-name), so that I do not
need to insert my own function which adds no functionality?
Thanks (also for CC me via PM)
And by the way, notmuch really is great, thank you for this
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