Exiting from the summary buffer will normally update all info on the group and return you to the group buffer.
Exit the current group and update all information on the group
called before doing much of the exiting, which calls
gnus-summary-expire-articles by default.
gnus-summary-exit-hook is called after finishing the exit
gnus-group-no-more-groups-hook is run when returning to
group mode having no more (unread) groups.
Exit the current group without updating any information on the group
Mark all unticked articles in the group as read and then exit
Mark all articles, even the ticked ones, as read and then exit
Mark all articles as read and go to the next group
Mark all articles as read and go to the previous group
Exit this group, and then enter it again
gnus-summary-reselect-current-group). If given a prefix, select
all articles, both read and unread.
Exit the group, check for new articles in the group, and select the
gnus-summary-rescan-group). If given a prefix, select all
articles, both read and unread.
Exit the group and go to the next group
Exit the group and go to the previous group
Save the current number of read/marked articles in the dribble buffer
and then save the dribble buffer (
given a prefix, also save the .newsrc file(s). Using this
command will make exit without updating (the Q command) worthless.
gnus-exit-group-hook is called when you exit the current group
with an “updating” exit. For instance Q
gnus-summary-exit-no-update) does not call this hook.
If you’re in the habit of exiting groups, and then changing your mind
about it, you might set
If you do that, Gnus won’t kill the summary buffer when you exit it.
(Quelle surprise!) Instead it will change the name of the buffer to
something like *Dead Summary ... * and install a minor mode
gnus-dead-summary-mode. Now, if you switch back to this
buffer, you’ll find that all keys are mapped to a function called
gnus-summary-wake-up-the-dead. So tapping any keys in a dead
summary buffer will result in a live, normal summary buffer.
There will never be more than one dead summary buffer at any one time.
The data on the current group will be updated (which articles you have
read, which articles you have replied to, etc.) when you exit the
summary buffer. If the
gnus-use-cross-reference variable is
t (which is the default), articles that are cross-referenced to
this group and are marked as read, will also be marked as read in the
other subscribed groups they were cross-posted to. If this variable is
t, the article will be marked as read in
both subscribed and unsubscribed groups (see Crosspost Handling).