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3.7.6 Setting Process Marks

Process marks are displayed as # in the summary buffer, and are used for marking articles in such a way that other commands will process these articles. For instance, if you process mark four articles and then use the * command, Gnus will enter these four articles into the cache. For more information, see section 8.1 Process/Prefix.

M P p
#
Mark the current article with the process mark (gnus-summary-mark-as-processable).

M P u
M-#
Remove the process mark, if any, from the current article (gnus-summary-unmark-as-processable).

M P U
Remove the process mark from all articles (gnus-summary-unmark-all-processable).

M P i
Invert the list of process marked articles (gnus-uu-invert-processable).

M P R
Mark articles that have a Subject header that matches a regular expression (gnus-uu-mark-by-regexp).

M P G
Unmark articles that have a Subject header that matches a regular expression (gnus-uu-unmark-by-regexp).

M P r
Mark articles in region (gnus-uu-mark-region).

M P g
Unmark articles in region (gnus-uu-unmark-region).

M P t
Mark all articles in the current (sub)thread (gnus-uu-mark-thread).

M P T
Unmark all articles in the current (sub)thread (gnus-uu-unmark-thread).

M P v
Mark all articles that have a score above the prefix argument (gnus-uu-mark-over).

M P s
Mark all articles in the current series (gnus-uu-mark-series).

M P S
Mark all series that have already had some articles marked (gnus-uu-mark-sparse).

M P a
Mark all articles in series order (gnus-uu-mark-all).

M P b
Mark all articles in the buffer in the order they appear (gnus-uu-mark-buffer).

M P k
Push the current process mark set onto the stack and unmark all articles (gnus-summary-kill-process-mark).

M P y
Pop the previous process mark set from the stack and restore it (gnus-summary-yank-process-mark).

M P w
Push the current process mark set onto the stack (gnus-summary-save-process-mark).

Also see the & command in 3.27.2 Searching for Articles, for how to set process marks based on article body contents.


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