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4.6 Misc Article

gnus-single-article-buffer
If non-nil, use the same article buffer for all the groups. (This is the default.) If nil, each group will have its own article buffer.

gnus-article-decode-hook
Hook used to decode MIME articles. The default value is (article-decode-charset article-decode-encoded-words)

gnus-article-prepare-hook
This hook is called right after the article has been inserted into the article buffer. It is mainly intended for functions that do something depending on the contents; it should probably not be used for changing the contents of the article buffer.

gnus-article-mode-hook
Hook called in article mode buffers.

gnus-article-mode-syntax-table
Syntax table used in article buffers. It is initialized from text-mode-syntax-table.

gnus-article-over-scroll
If non-nil, allow scrolling the article buffer even when there no more new text to scroll in. The default is nil.

gnus-article-mode-line-format
This variable is a format string along the same lines as gnus-summary-mode-line-format (see section 3.1.3 Summary Buffer Mode Line). It accepts the same format specifications as that variable, with two extensions:

`w'
The wash status of the article. This is a short string with one character for each possible article wash operation that may have been performed. The characters and their meaning:

`c'
Displayed when cited text may be hidden in the article buffer.

`h'
Displayed when headers are hidden in the article buffer.

`p'
Displayed when article is digitally signed or encrypted, and Gnus has hidden the security headers. (N.B. does not tell anything about security status, i.e. good or bad signature.)

`s'
Displayed when the signature has been hidden in the Article buffer.

`o'
Displayed when Gnus has treated overstrike characters in the article buffer.

`e'
Displayed when Gnus has treated emphasized strings in the article buffer.

`m'
The number of MIME parts in the article.

gnus-break-pages
Controls whether page breaking is to take place. If this variable is non-nil, the articles will be divided into pages whenever a page delimiter appears in the article. If this variable is nil, paging will not be done.

gnus-page-delimiter
This is the delimiter mentioned above. By default, it is `^L' (formfeed).

gnus-use-idna
This variable controls whether Gnus performs IDNA decoding of internationalized domain names inside `From', `To' and `Cc' headers. See section `IDNA' in The Message Manual, for how to compose such messages. This requires GNU Libidn, and this variable is only enabled if you have installed it.


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