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Topic: Why and how is people changing subjectline of threads?
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Michael Stemper

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Learn to use your own bloody software [Was: Re: Why and how is people changing subjectline of threads?]
Posted: Feb 12, 2013 9:16 AM
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In article <2957446e-fdbd-4a1e-a80d-ae87256c7f0b@o5g2000vbp.googlegroups.com>, JT <jonas.thornvall@gmail.com> writes:
>It makes it hard to know what and where one wrote a thread, when
>someone change the subjectline, how can i change it back?


When you're editing your followup, simply locate the Subject line, by typing:
/^Subject:

This will position your cursor at the beginning of that line. Then, go to
the first word of the subject itself, by typing
W

After that, enter your new subject by typing the letter "i" followed by
whatever you want the new text to be, and then " [Was: ". When you've
done this, hit the ESCAPE key. Since brackets need to be closed, type "]A",
again followed by the ESCAPE key.

Easy-peasy!

HTH, HAND
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