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Cannot adjust height of the reading pane v115

Hi, My reading pane on v115 will only adjust downwards but I would like to adjust it upwards as was possible in previous versions. Just to confirm what I mean, it will … (read more)

Hi,

My reading pane on v115 will only adjust downwards but I would like to adjust it upwards as was possible in previous versions.

Just to confirm what I mean, it will only go down, so making the reading pane smaller (or disapppear) and the thread pane larger.

I would like to make it go the opposite way, upwards to make the thread pane smaller.

Is there some code, css etc that can make it happen correctly?

Asked by Paul 12 months ago

Answered by Toad-Hall 10 months ago

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Thunderbird 115 now ignores my userChrome.css

I have a userChrome.css to change the color of unread messages in the "list of messages" pane to orange: /* Messagepane text */ treechildren::-moz-tree-cell-text(new) { … (read more)

I have a userChrome.css to change the color of unread messages in the "list of messages" pane to orange:

/* Messagepane text */ treechildren::-moz-tree-cell-text(new) {

       color: #34ebdc !important;
       font-weight: normal;

} treechildren::-moz-tree-cell-text(unread) {

       color: #34c6eb !important;
       font-weight: normal !important;

}

This worked fine in TB 102 and prior. When I upgraded to TB 115 this no longer has any effect. I'm not sure if the userChrome.css is being ignored or if the styling elements in userChrome.css have changed.

I'm on Windows 11 and userChrome.css is located in 2 places: C:\Users\$username\AppData\Roaming\Thunderbird\Profiles\$profile.default\chrome\userChrome.css C:\Users\$username\Application Data\Thunderbird\Profiles\$profile.default\chrome\userChrome.css

Asked by mike645 1 year ago

Answered by pg_78 9 months ago