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accepted Thunderbird (31.6) does not filter by reply-to email address
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comment Thunderbird (31.6) does not filter by reply-to email address
Strange. The bug report says to have no problems when running the filter on the whole folder manually. I'll comment it there and hope it will be fixed soon/someday. (BTW: since you found out it's a bug, your comment actually qualifies as an answer... maybe you want to update it)
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comment Thunderbird (31.6) does not filter by reply-to email address
I added the "Reply-To" according to the picture, but executing the filter manually on the CORRECT folder doesn't work - the email is still there.
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revised Thunderbird (31.6) does not filter by reply-to email address
added additional stuff based on kaarel's answer
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comment Tab navigation stops on selectOneMenu
Have you asked in the official forum? If so, please provide a link.
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comment Eclipse: format JSF/XHTML/HTML/... files with each attribute on same line, but column-wise
Of course, this is the shortcut that produces this weird indentation. But why is the JBoss Tools? I thought it's Eclipse WTP.
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comment Eclipse: format JSF/XHTML/HTML/... files with each attribute on same line, but column-wise
How can the JBoss Tools format XHTML code?
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revised commandLink/commandButton/ajax backing bean action/listener method not invoked
changed "No `UIInput` value validation/conversion error should have been occurred." to "No `UIInput` value validation/conversion error should have occurred."
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comment Programmatic creation of JSF components with EL expressions using EL functions throws javax.el.ELException: function not found
Strange. On the dashboard page, that previously threw the ELException there none now, however, now on the page where the actual <p:column> is rendered with the expression "#{fn:length(event.results)}" an ELException is now thrown: fn:length not found.
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comment Programmatic creation of JSF components with EL expressions using EL functions throws javax.el.ELException: function not found
BTW: the code display, that is the view-scoped bean, the naming and all this what doesn't make 110% sense is not quite the true story. It's all far better designed in real life, just assume all the JSF/CDI stuff is OK... it's just that I cannot tell why the function isn't found, as I said, it's actually triggered from a page that shows a statistic (# of entities applying to a filter on an overview dashboard). I have included xmlns:of="http://omnifaces.org/functions" anywhere I can think of that this page is <ui:include>ing.
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comment Programmatic creation of JSF components with EL expressions using EL functions throws javax.el.ELException: function not found
Actually, the code runs from a page that uses the column handler for Criteria query generation: the columns configured in the app define its joins and conditions etc. That said, I am absolutely sure that I must create the PF columns programmatically. However, I cannot 100% tell which XHTML I need to include the xmlns:of="http://omnifaces.org/functions" to that could fix my problem. It is pure desparation to go all the way down to the ELContext programmatically. I'm using Mojarra 2.1.22. I will try other functions, thanks for the tip.
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