Tips and tricks for Pan

Pan is a popular Usenet reader for Linux. Here are a few tips and tricks I've picked up that make it more usable for me. …

The following is written using Pan 0.133.

By default, Pan displays certain character sequences as emoticon graphics and formatted text. This is fine for flamewars perhaps, but makes reading code very interesting. Turn this off in View – Body Pane by disabling "Show Smilies as Graphics" and "Show *Bold*, _Underlined_, and /Italic/".


About Warren Post

So far: Customer support guy, jungle guide, IT consultant, beach bum, entrepreneur, teacher, diplomat, over-enthusiastic cyclist. Tomorrow: who knows?
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  1. Pingback: Opera as a Usenet client | A maze of twisty little passages

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