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Thunderbird Supernova UI fonts/colors

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Hi, what are the CSS selectors necessary to update the folder list and the list of emails in Supernova 115.1.0+? Following tips from other support posts don't seem to work:

Thank you.

``` /* successfully changes menu bar, email from,subject,date,etc. */

  • {

font-size: 11pt !important; font-weight: 500 !important; font-family: 'Acari Sans' !important; color: red; !important; }

/* Folder Pane font -- HAS NO EFFECT */

  1. folderTree > treechildren {
 font-size: 16pt !important;
 font-family: 'Acari Sans', 'Segoe UI Variable' !important;
 color: yellow !important;

}

/* Threads Pane font -- HAS NO EFFECT */

  1. threadTree > treechildren {
 font-size: 16pt !important;
 font-family: 'Asap Condensed' !important;
 color: red !important;

}

/* -- HAS NO EFFECT */ .tree-rows {

font-size: 14px !important;
color: red !important;

} ```

Hi, what are the CSS selectors necessary to update the folder list and the list of emails in Supernova 115.1.0+? Following tips from other support posts don't seem to work: Thank you. ``` /* successfully changes menu bar, email from,subject,date,etc. */ *{ font-size: 11pt !important; font-weight: 500 !important; font-family: 'Acari Sans' !important; color: red; !important; } /* Folder Pane font -- HAS NO EFFECT */ #folderTree > treechildren { font-size: 16pt !important; font-family: 'Acari Sans', 'Segoe UI Variable' !important; color: yellow !important; } /* Threads Pane font -- HAS NO EFFECT */ #threadTree > treechildren { font-size: 16pt !important; font-family: 'Asap Condensed' !important; color: red !important; } /* -- HAS NO EFFECT */ .tree-rows { font-size: 14px !important; color: red !important; } ```

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code was mangled, see below:

 /* successfully changes menu bar, email from,subject,date,etc. */
 * {
   font-size: 11pt !important;
   font-weight: 500 !important;
   font-family: 'Acari Sans' !important;
   color: red; !important;
 }


 /* Folder Pane font -- HAS NO EFFECT */
 #folderTree > treechildren {
   font-size: 16pt !important;
   font-family: 'Acari Sans', 'Segoe UI Variable' !important;
   color: yellow !important;
 }


 /* Threads Pane font -- HAS NO EFFECT */
 #threadTree > treechildren {
   font-size: 16pt !important;
   font-family: 'Asap Condensed' !important;
   color: red !important;
 }


 /* HAS NO EFFECT */
 .tree-rows {
    font-size: 14px !important;
    color: red !important;
 }

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Just an FYI: CSS modifications were never officially supported. One of the Supernova objectives was to rewrite lots of old code and that caused many CSS mods to no longer work. Over time, I don't doubt that new CSS mods will surface, but my recommendation is to avoid them, as they may cause other problems. And that's just my opinion (as I do use a bit of CSS myself...)

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I'm just looking for any way to modify the look of those sections of the UI -- the folder list/pane and the email list. Doesn't have to be CSS (although its a standard that lots of people already know). Without modification, I find the Thunderbird UI unusable. Thank you.

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So, what are your next steps, since it is unusable?

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Uninstall it? I abandoned Thunderbird many years ago and purchased a license for Postbox, which was basically just a re-skinned Thunderbird at that time (forked). Same plugins, same profiles, it was worth paying just to get an improved UI.

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Perhaps this article, written in the past couple of weeks will influence your decision. https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/userchromecss-js-usercontent-unsupported

I just had the new outlook app previewed on my system and really I struggle to find a point of differentiation between it and Thunderbird 115 other than black glyphs beside folder names. However if I was to pay for a mail client, I would be using TheBat!

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Thanks for the replies. Eventually I realized Thunderbird has a DevTools similar to Firefox and was able to get much more granular at that point. I'm no UI designer but the result is more pleasant to view, in my opinion, it eliminates the bright white background and doesn't rely on heavy bolded fonts. Perhaps none of this matters on retina or 4k displays but that's not what I have.

Because this site doesn't support code blocks very well, the final result is here instead, in case anyone else has a similar desire to customize the UI a little bit: https://pastebin.com/6FGz8ucq