Well, this is kind of annoying. As Brian has asked that we take the
discussion of browse dialogs off this list, I was going to reply to
Patrick privately asking for steps on how he turns grouping off in
browse dialogs, as I see no way to do it, but I couldn't find the
reply to sender link on his message. Looking over some of the other
messages, I didn't see it on all messages either. It was only on
certain messages. I have two requests:
1. Could Brian or the group owner look into this? I thought the reply
to sender link was supposed to be at the bottom of every email, but it
appears it isn't.
2. Could Patrick or anyone else who has successfully turned off
grouping in browse dialogs write me privately with the steps on how to
do this? I've been able to turn it off in main file explorer, though
it somehow got turned on again today and I had to Google how to turn
it off again, but it still won't turn off in the browse dialogs. Also
FYI, this isn't a new problem for me, I've actually been putting up
with it for about 15 months, just now getting around to fixing it.
On Sat, Feb 20, 2021 at 12:41 AM, Bob Cavanaugh wrote:
1. Could Brian or the group owner look into this? I thought the reply-
Believe me, I have spent months looking into this, and with no resolution.
It does appear to have something to do with whether a given Groups.io user, who's using the email interface, is using HTML formatted email (which is pretty much the default these days) versus plain text, but even that does not map perfectly.
The issue has been reported to Groups.io support and that's the best I can do about it. I encourage members to keep HTML formatting turned on in their email clients for multiple reasons, not just this one. I do not yet have an example of someone who uses HTML format having a missing Reply to Sender link at the bottom of their messages.
And I stand by my recommendation of last night to first use an SFC/DISM run to see if that fixes your issue, followed by a Windows 10 Repair Install. I cannot find a single other person who's experiencing what you're experiencing in browse dialogs for ungrouped folders. I'm not doubting that you're experiencing it, but I do believe that something's wrong in Windows itself that needs to be fixed.
Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 20H2, Build 19042
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