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Thunderbird double-spacing on Enter in messages--how to make single-space?
Thunderbird adds a double-space when you hit Enter in email messages. Is there a way to make it single-space? I've looked around on Settings, etc. and can't find one.
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This is usually fixed by unticking 'use paragraph format...' in settings>composition.
Another solution is to use shift-enter to single space on a per usage basis. This way you get double space for paragraphs, but can use single space within a signature for example.
Double-spacing in Thunderbird (102.12) is maddening, a horrible conception!
The "Paragraph mode" box in my settings IS UNchecked. And yet:
--When I type a message, it appears single-spaced as I intend it, but as replies from recipients show, after I hit <Send>, TBird re-inserts double-spaces.
--My HTML signature block is stylized (hence HTML), and includes my address and legal warnings in small-font, short, single-spaced lines. It naturally defaults into position as I create an email and appears as I intend it to. If I happen to delete a line of text above it, suddenly the entire signature block becomes double-spaced and has to be repaired, then as above, recipients report that it arrives double-spaced anyway.
This is intolerable. If I can't find a solution, I will have to find another email client.
That's puzzling. Could you please post the actual HTML of the sig? And maybe send me a sample email to davidthunderbird at gmx dot com ?