[scribus] how to unsubscribe
gregp_ky at yahoo.com
Thu Dec 30 04:53:59 CET 2010
it always helps to change the subject to something that is helpful to
those looking for information.
At the bottom of all posts is an http address to click on to take you to
the mailing list webpage so that you can unsubscribe yourself, something
the rest of us can't do for you.
On 12/29/2010 10:48 PM, James Elliott wrote:
> Hi Zed
> On 29/12/2010 1:20 PM, Zed wrote:
>> If I could be granted one "gift" it would be an ability to speak and
>> understand everyone in their native language.
> I agree wholeheartedly, and I am not normally a confrontational person.
> The situation is that I looked at Scribus with a view to using it to
> publish my newsletters, and I might still come back to it for that
> purpose one day, but for now, I realise that it is a bit of a steep
> learning curve and I simply do not have time, so I will continue to use
> CorelDRAW (which I know) and have uninstalled Scribus for now.
> However, my e-mail in-box fills up on a daily basis with [scribus] mail
> and I want to stop it, at least for now. I have asked several times in
> this e-mail forum how to unsubscribe and either not received a reply to
> most of my posts, or when I have received a rare reply, it is not one I
> can understand and act on. While the sentiments I expressed in previous
> posts do accurately reflect my views: "When a person asks a question in
> English, why not reply in English so that he and all the English
> speaking members who read the question, can share in the answer?"; I
> would have normally kept my sentiments to myself. However, I thought
> that if I start a flame war, and Scribus has a left wing, tree hugging,
> politically correct, moderator, I might get kicked off the forum's
> e-mail list, and thus solve my problem.
> Kind regards,
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