Re: No sound-inputs but sound recording FMIT
On Friday, March 03, 2017 02:53:26 PM The Wanderer wrote:
> Because hitting New means you have to put in the To address, but hitting
> Reply means the address is already there and you can just start typing
> your message (and possibly delete the quoted text, change the Subject
> line, et cetera).
> Yes, this apparently is enough of a convenience factor to affect
> people's behavior.
Just to add $0.02 (I don't know who it belongs to, so didn't call it "my
$0.02")--in kmail, just right click on the address to which you want to send
the new email, and choose "New Message to" from the context menu...