[Enigmail] Enigmail v1.8 Beta 1
patrick at enigmail.net
Tue Mar 10 18:29:14 CET 2015
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On 08.03.15 21:00, Philip Jackson wrote:
> Here there is a difference in behavior depending on how one arrives
> at the unsigned message and, I think, whether the unsigned message
> contains a quote from a signed email. Four cases :
> 1. If I pass from an unsigned to another unsigned message, all
> the enigmail/sender's key/options are greyed out. This includes
> from the thunderbird menu bar and from the menu bar icon.
> 2. If I pass from a signed message to an unsigned one which does
> NOT contain any quote from a signed message, likewise, all options
> are greyed out.
> 3. However, if I pass from a signed message containing a quote
> from the unsigned message (ie a reply to the unsigned message) to
> that unsigned one, the menu bar options offer 3 clickable options
> (View key properties, sign key, set owner trust) that relate to the
> previously opened signed message.
> 4. Likewise, if I pass from a signed message to an unsigned one
> which contains a quote from the signed message, I get the same
> three offers.
> If you have retained this complete thread, you can check it out on
> three of the last four messages :
> -from Patrick Brunschwig 7/03/15 19:07 -from Ian Mann 7/03/15 19:25
> (containing a quote from Patrick's mail) -from Ludwig Hugelschafer
> 7/03/15 19:57 (containing a quote from Ian Mann)
> Pass from Ludwig's mail to Ian's and with Ian's mail open, you can
> get offers to see a key which turns out to be Ludwig's key.
> Pass from Patrick's mail to Ian's and you get offers which produce
> Patrick's key.
> I believe that with Ian's unsigned email open, all "sender's key"
> related options should be greyed out.
Fixed on master.
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