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changing font styles and adding inline images while composing messages

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Hi. I use TB 115 on Mac OS11. I have composition settings set to allow HTML as needed. I seek to add inline (not attached) photos, as well as to change some composed text to bold or italic. There are no such options within my TB menu, despite my having read many, many suggestions within the community forum that such are available. Ideally, I would see options such as are described here:

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/new-thunderbird-91#w_new-user-interface-for-adding-attachments

and immediately scrolled down from there, which speaks of a font menu. When I drag an image to TB's composition, I receive only an attachment option--one rectangle--not two rectangles of options. And there is no means to bold or italic a word. Please advise.

Many thanks!

Tony

Hi. I use TB 115 on Mac OS11. I have composition settings set to allow HTML as needed. I seek to add inline (not attached) photos, as well as to change some composed text to bold or italic. There are no such options within my TB menu, despite my having read many, many suggestions within the community forum that such are available. Ideally, I would see options such as are described here: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/new-thunderbird-91#w_new-user-interface-for-adding-attachments and immediately scrolled down from there, which speaks of a font menu. When I drag an image to TB's composition, I receive only an attachment option--one rectangle--not two rectangles of options. And there is no means to bold or italic a word. Please advise. Many thanks! Tony