On Fri, Dec 30 2016, David Bremner wrote: > David Edmondson <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: > >> On Thu, Dec 29 2016, David Bremner wrote: >> >>> David Edmondson <email@example.com> writes: >>> >>>> This is a pair of patches that attempt to make header display more >>>> pleasant to look at. RFC! >>>> >>>> I will update the tests if the results of the changes are considered >>>> useful, of course. >>>> >>> >>> Hi David; >>> >>> The wrapping seems a bit fragile. Some of the lines are wrapped to the >>> left column and others line up with the headers. To reproduce, try >>> id:firstname.lastname@example.org at about 40 columns. It looks like two >>> different kinds of wrapping going on. >> >> This doesn't reproduce for me. Do you have any interesting settings >> relating to line wrapping or truncation? > > I don't think so. I can duplicate this with ./devel/try-emacs-mua -Q > with emacs 24 and 25. Ah, this is caused by `truncate-lines' being `nil', which is the result of `notmuch-show-hook' including `notmuch-show-turn-on-visual-line-mode' by default - I have never used that. Ugh, so the implication of this is that most people are seeing horribly wrapped headers all of the time!