nil, use the same article buffer for all the groups.
(This is the default.) If
nil, each group will have its own
nil, selecting the article buffer with the h
command will “widen” the article window to take the entire frame.
Hook used to decode MIME articles. The default value is
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.
Hook called in article mode buffers.
Syntax table used in article buffers. It is initialized from
nil, allow scrolling the article buffer even when there
no more new text to scroll in. The default is
This variable is a format string along the same lines as
gnus-summary-mode-line-format (see Summary Buffer Mode Line). It accepts the same format specifications as that variable,
with two extensions:
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:
Displayed when cited text may be hidden in the article buffer.
Displayed when headers are hidden in the article buffer.
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.)
Displayed when the signature has been hidden in the Article buffer.
Displayed when Gnus has treated overstrike characters in the article buffer.
Displayed when Gnus has treated emphasized strings in the article buffer.
The number of MIME parts in the article.
Controls whether page breaking is to take place. If this variable
nil, the articles will be divided into pages whenever a
page delimiter appears in the article. If this variable is
paging will not be done.
This is the delimiter mentioned above. By default, it is ‘^L’ (formfeed).
This variable controls whether Gnus performs IDNA decoding of internationalized domain names inside ‘From’, ‘To’ and ‘Cc’ headers. See 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.
If this is non-
nil, inhibit displaying of images inline in the
article body. It is effective to images that are in articles as
MIME parts, and images in HTML articles rendered
mm-text-html-renderer (see Display Customization in The Emacs MIME Manual) is