I just quoted an email in a reply, and when I mouse over the quoted text, a round-cornered frame appears around it, with a Dashboard-style (X) close button at top left. Clicking it deleted the quoted text.
I have never seen this before. I then tried quote-replying to other emails and did not get that feature. Tried replying to the same email again (nothing fancy, no attachments) and there it was. Now today it doesn't happen!
Has anyone seen this? Did some bug accidentally enable a feature that was disabled by Apple?
It's nothing terribly useful, but it's very polished and certainly seemed intentional.
It has been there for a long time. If you use Safari and want to email a page you are viewing to a friend, hit "command" "i" and the page will be in a "Mail" new document. The page is fully HTML like in Safari.
But if you have mail set up for RTF instead of HTML it doesn't work.
In fact, if I just want RTF, after making the new Mail doc with HTML web page, I just change the document to RTF and most of the garbage, except the text, goes away. I have some stuff left to delete but for my friends still on modems appreciate getting a 'lighter' email
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