While Enigmail 0.90.0 now has a brilliant key management interface, it is
lacking one basic function that urges even normal users without special needs to
use gpg command line, cut-n-paste and such: there is no function to print a
sheet of cards showing the keyid, fingerprint, subkeys and user IDs such as the
output of "gpg --fingerprint /keyid/".
As I don't know whether it is possible at all to compile a page to print, a
workaround would be to create a text file containing the fingerprints of all
------- Comment #1 From Patrick Brunschwig 2005-01-18 02:48:22 [reply] -------
If you open the key details, you'll find the key fingerprint. The fields in
dialog are seletable, and the content can be copy&pasted.
------- Comment #2 From Fabián Rodríguez 2005-01-23 23:05:29 [reply] -------
Can you further explain what would be the purpose of such a list ? I am
this would be used to facilitate verification in keysigning events. If that's
the case, maybe a tool to generate verification sheets could be considered for
implementation. Tx. in advance for clarifying this.
------- Comment #3 From Olav Seyfarth 2005-01-24 01:54:06 [reply] -------
From http://www.dclug.org.uk/linux_doc/gnupgsign.html#start (or similar pages):
"Obtain a printed copy of the fingerprint".
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