I've reported these occurrences to Chris, and hope, when things have settled down in Ch-Ch, that time will be found by the programmers to fix the problems
1) Not having to read "SOURCE" to get to the "real text info" on some incoming (But NOT all) messages). "Preview" works okay for 99.9% of the time.
I can highlight one cause : Eudora 3.02 when auto-acknowledgement is set in the incoming message.... and I've found this & another instance with another mailer that needed to be read in "Source" as that was the only way that any information in the message could be read.
2) The peculiarity of 2011 to sometimes "lock up" insofar as being unable to collect any new mail, *&* being unable to delete mail already there. The horridly colored "Wash Mail" icon is "Greyed out" till 2011 is shut down and re-started.
I've had it go unchecked for upwards of 13 hours before I noticed anything had gone wrong... and the ONLY way out of this freeze is to shut down 2011 and restart - when everything starts up okay again.... till the next time.
I once found it had "locked up" 15 minutes previously - but couldn't even recall what I might have done to cause it - even 15 minutes previously. [And I don't know - now - if the log files would have caught this occurrence. <wry smile>]
Having completely re-installed my OS on to much larger "Viagra" (Hard) Disks, I have to wait to see if this problem re-occurs - or whether some other program that once was installed was the cause of this annoyance..... I, in my inexperienced way, put it down to a clash of IRQs / DMAs - or something like that since I previously noticed that typing in a "DOS" program [PCWrite] & in Eudora 3.02 - sometimes my typed characters took several [many] seconds to appear on screen.
3) Another plea to remove this "Ugly Bar of Soap" icon and to replace it with a different color [old style Version 6] Drainhole ! It is too alike to my Peerblock icon which often nestles right alongside the virually same colored 2011 icon in the bottom right of my screen.
I know that none of the above are critical to the functioning of my life [70.5 y.o], but I hope that I won't be waiting too much longer for "fixes" - the "Grim Reaper" might get me first!
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