1. RussellMTL's Avatar
    Prior to upgrading to OS 10.3 I could select and hold on an email message and a menu would appear on the right side offering the option to select multiple items that I could then delete.

    Since upgrading the menu on the right does appear as long as I keep my finger pressed on the item. But as soon as I release pressure on the initial selection the option menu disappears and is replaced by another menu offering to "Add Priority, Reply, Forward, Mark Unread, etc ..." . The menu offering to select multiple items for deletion just keeps disappearing before I can click on the 'select multiple items' option.

    Is there a new trick I need to learn to select and delete multiple items (without opening them) with 10.3?


    03-07-15 01:42 PM
  2. Golden_Firefly's Avatar
    Just scroll down, it should be there:

    On 10.3, why am I unable to  delete multiple emails?-img_20150307_225117.png

    Posted via my Black Q10
    03-07-15 03:53 PM
  3. RussellMTL's Avatar
    Thanks - I see was buried and I had to scroll down to reveal it..
    Though you gotta wonder why the old menu first pops up if it's not the one to use...

    All's good :-)

    03-07-15 05:44 PM
  4. Golden_Firefly's Avatar
    You can reach the first menu, that pops out, only when not releasing finger from the screen. Hold finger on the entry you want to select, then slide to option from the pop up menu.

    Posted via my Black Q10
    03-08-15 01:10 AM

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