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Keyboard Shortcuts TB

Keyboard shortcuts are quick key combinations that replace mouse navigation. For example, rather than using the mouse to navigate the menu structure to archive a message, you can simply strike the "A" key while a message is highlighted in the message list. Some shortcuts can be customized or disabled with the use of an add-on.

About keyboard shortcuts

In Thunderbird, keyboard shortcuts are context sensitive. That is, they vary according to the area of the Thunderbird interface that is currently "active". For example, when a message is selected in the message list, the Cut, Copy and Paste keyboard shortcuts are disabled (because it doesn't make sense to cut and paste text into the message list). Similarly, if you select text while you are reading a message, the Copy shortcut is available, but not the Cut or Paste shortcuts (because while it makes sense to copy text from a message you are reading, it doesn't make sense to paste text into or cut text from a message you are reading).

Sometimes the keyboard shortcut functions themselves vary depending on the part of the Thunderbird interface that is active. For example, if you are writing a message, the Ctrl + ACommand + A keyboard shortcut selects all the text in the message. However, if a message is highlighted in the message list, Ctrl + ACommand + A selects all the messages in the message list.

Customizing or disabling keyboard shortcuts

Some (but not all) keyboard shortcuts can be customized using an add-on. This can also be useful to disable certain shortcuts, for example to prevent unexpected behavior from single-key shortcuts.

Dorando Keyconfig (an updated version of the original "keyconfig") and Menu Wizard are examples of add-ons that help to customize or disable shortcuts.

(Note that third-party add-ons are not supported or endorsed by Mozilla.)

Shortcut keys and operating systems

  • On Windows and Linux, the shortcut accelerator key is usually the Ctrl key
  • On Mac OS X, the shortcut accelerator key is usually the Command key
  • On Mac OS X laptops, you must hold down the fn key to enable a function key

List of keyboard shortcuts

Please use the Customize this article selector on the left to choose your operating system and your version of Thunderbird. Only the keyboard shortcuts which apply to your choice will be shown.

View Keyboard Shortcuts for:

Message functions

  ⇐   |   ⇑   |   ⇒  

Starting a new message
New messageCtrl + N
Ctrl + M
Ctrl + N
Ctrl + M
Command + N
Reply to Message (sender only)Ctrl + RCommand + R
Reply to All in Message (sender and all recipients)Ctrl + Shift + RCommand + Shift + R
Reply to ListCtrl + Shift + LCommand + Shift + L
Forward MessageCtrl + LCommand + L
Edit Message as NewCtrl + ECommand + E
Starting a new message in non-default format (Plain text vs. HTML)Hold Shift while clicking any one of these buttons:
Write, Reply, Reply All, Reply List, or Forward;
or Right-click existing message, then hold Shift while choosing any one of the following from the context menu:
Reply to Sender Only, Reply to All, Reply to List, or Forward.
For keyboard shortcuts during message composition, see Writing Messages.
Receiving and reading messages
Get New Messages for Current AccountCtrl + TCommand + TF5F5
F9
F5
Command + Y
Get New Messages for All AccountsCtrl + Shift + TCommand + Shift + TShift + F5Shift + F5
Shift + F9
Shift + F5
Command + Shift + Y
Open message (in new window or tab)Ctrl + O
Enter
Command + O
Return
Open message or folder in a new tab in the backgroundMiddle-click the message or folder, or
Right-click the message or folder, then choose Open Message in New Tab or Open in New Tab from the context menu
Open message or folder in a new tab in the foregroundShift + Middle-click the message or folder, or
Right-click the message or folder, then hold Shift while choosing Open Message in New Tab or Open in New Tab from the context menu
Open message in conversationCtrl + Shift + OCommand + Shift + O
Zoom InCtrl + +
Ctrl + =
Ctrl + scroll wheel up
Command + +
Command + =
Command + Control + scroll wheel up
Zoom OutCtrl + -
Ctrl + scroll wheel down
Command + -
Command + Control + scroll wheel down
Reset ZoomCtrl + 0 (zero)Command + 0 (zero)
Expand Collapsed Thread
Collapse Expanded Thread
Expand All Threads*
Collapse All Threads\
Newsgroups: Ignore or Unignore ThreadK
Newsgroups: Ignore or Unignore SubthreadShift + K
Newsgroups: Watch ThreadW
For keyboard shortcuts to move between your messages, see Moving around Thunderbird.
Managing your messages
Print message or selected message textCtrl + PCommand + P
Save Message as FileCtrl + SCommand + S
View Message SourceCtrl + UCommand + U
Select All (messages, text, or attachments)Ctrl + ACommand + A
Select ThreadCtrl + Shift + ACommand + Shift + A
Toggle Caret browsing (select text with keyboard)F7
Copy selected textCtrl + CCommand + C
Cut selected search textCtrl + XCommand + X
Paste text into search or filter fieldsCtrl + VCommand + V
Select multiple adjacent messages
(a continuous set of messages)
Select the first message of your intended selection, and then
either Shift + Click on the last message of your selection,
or hold Shift while using any of the following movement keys to expand your selection: , , Page Down, Page Up, End, or Home.
Select multiple non-adjacent messages
(several separate messages)

Select any message of your intended selection, and then
either Ctrl + Click on each message that you want to add to your selection,
or hold Ctrl while using any of the movement keys listed below and then pressing Space on each message that you want to add to your selection. The movement keys are , , Page Down, Page Up, End, or Home.

Select any message of your intended selection, and then
Ctrl + Click on each message that you want to add to your selection.

Select any message of your intended selection, and then
Command + Click on each message that you want to add to your selection.

Copy message to another folderHold CtrlOption while dragging message to destination folder (release mouse button before releasing CtrlOption).
Move message to another folderDrag message to destination folder.
Move/Copy message to previous target folder AgainCtrl + Shift + MCtrl + Alt + MCommand + Option + M
Archive MessageA
Delete message, folder, attachment, or selected search textDel
Delete message bypassing trash (no Undo!)Shift + Del
UndoCtrl + ZCommand + Z
RedoCtrl + YCommand + Y
Rename FolderF2
Tagging and marking your messages
Add/Remove Tag1 to 9
Remove All Tags from Message0 (zero)
Mark Message as Read/UnreadM
Mark Thread as ReadR
Mark All ReadShift + C
Mark as Read By DateC
Mark as JunkJ
Mark as Not JunkShift + J
Add/Remove StarS

Search and filter functions

  ⇐   |   ⇑   |   ⇒  

Finding messages
Search All Messages (global fulltext search in all accounts) Ctrl + KCommand + K
Quick Filter (search messages in current folder or view)Ctrl + FCommand + FCtrl + Shift + KCommand + Shift + K
Clear current Quick Filter; hide Quick Filter BarEsc (as often as needed)
Search Messages (advanced search in folder)Ctrl + Shift + FCommand + Shift + F
Finding text in the current message
Find Text in Current MessageCtrl + F and then Ctrl + F againCommand + F and then Command + F againCtrl + FCommand + F
Find Again in Current MessageCtrl + G
F3
Command + G
F3
Find Previous in Current MessageCtrl + Shift + G
Shift + F3
Command + Shift + G
Shift + F3
For a history of search shortcuts across different versions
of Thunderbird, see Keyboard Shortcuts for Searching.

Moving around Thunderbird

  ⇐   |   ⇑   |   ⇒  

Moving between messages
Go to Mail Start PageAlt + HomeOption + Home
Scroll Down Current Message, then Go to Next Unread Message Space
Go to Next MessageF
Go to Previous MessageB
Go to Next Unread MessageN
Go to Previous Unread MessageP
Go to Next Unread Thread (and mark current thread as read) T
Go to Next Viewed Message]
Go to Previous Viewed Message[
Controlling Thunderbird windows and tabs
Move to Next UI ElementTab
Move to Previous UI ElementShift + Tab
Move to Next Mail PaneF6
Ctrl + F6
F6F6
Move to Previous Mail PaneShift + F6
Ctrl + Shift + F6
Shift + F6Shift + F6
Next TabCtrl + Tab
Ctrl + Page Down
Control + Tab
Command + Option +
Previous TabCtrl + Shift + Tab
Ctrl + Page Up
Control + Shift + Tab
Command + Option +
Mail & Newsgroups Home Tab (Tab 1)Ctrl + 1Alt + 1Command + 1
Tab 2 to 8Ctrl + 2to8Alt + 2to8Command + 2to8
Last Tab Ctrl + 9Alt + 9Command + 9
Address BookCtrl + Shift + BCommand + Shift + B
Saved FilesCtrl + JCommand + J
HelpF1Command + ?
Toggle Message PaneF8
Toggle Menu Bar (if hidden)Alt
F10
Show context menuMenu key
Shift + F10
Minimize current windowWin + Command + M
Hide Thunderbird (Mac only)Command + H
Hide Other Windows (Mac only)Command + Option + H
Close window or tabCtrl + W
Alt + F4 (only for closing a window}
Ctrl + F4 (only for closing a tab)
Ctrl + WCommand + W
Undo close tab (restore and go to most recently closed tab)Ctrl + Shift + TCommand + Shift + T
Quit Thunderbird (Exit Application)File, ExitCtrl + QCommand + Q

Writing messages

  ⇐   |   ⇑   |   ⇒  

Creating, saving, and sending a message
New message (see Starting a new message)Ctrl + N
Ctrl + M
Ctrl + N
Ctrl + M
Command + N
Save DraftCtrl + SCommand + S
Print DraftCtrl + PCommand + P
Send Message NowCtrl + EnterCommand + Return
Send Message LaterCtrl + Shift + EnterCommand + Shift + Return
Controlling the compose window
Toggle Contacts SidebarF9
Move to next main UI elementF6
Ctrl + F6
Ctrl + Tab
F6
Ctrl + Tab
F6
Move to previous main UI elementShift + F6
Ctrl + Shift + F6
Ctrl + Shift + Tab
Shift + F6
Ctrl + Shift + Tab
Shift + F6
Zoom InCtrl + +   New in TB 24
Ctrl + =   New in TB 24
Command + +   New in TB 24
Ctrl + scroll wheel upCommand + Control + scroll wheel up
Zoom OutCtrl + -Command + -   New in TB 24
Ctrl + scroll wheel downCommand + Control + scroll wheel down
Reset ZoomCtrl + 0 (zero)Command + 0 (zero)   New in TB 24
Show Main Mail Window (Mail & Newsgroups)Ctrl + 1Command + 1
Most of the common keyboard shortcuts for
controlling a Thunderbird window
can also be used
in the compose window.
Editing the message text and handling attachments
CopyCtrl + CCommand + C
CutCtrl + XCommand + X
PasteCtrl + VCommand + V
Paste as quotationCtrl + Shift + OCommand + Shift + O
Paste without formattingCtrl + Shift + VCommand + Shift + V
Rewrap message textCtrl + RCommand + R
Delete selected text, attachment, table cell contents, or tableDel
Delete word to the right (from cursor to end of word)Ctrl + DelControl + Del
Delete word to the left (from cursor to start of word)Ctrl + BackspaceOption + Del
Select All (text in a message, or attachments)Ctrl + ACommand + A
Select Table CellCtrl + Click within cellCommand + Click within cell
Select Table Rows or ColumnsDrag across cells of rows or columns
Select TableCtrl + Click on table borderCommand + Click on table border
Insert LinkCtrl + LCommand + L
Discontinue Link, or Remove Links from selectionCtrl + Shift + KCommand + Shift + K
Remove Named AnchorsCtrl + Shift + ACommand + Shift + ACtrl + Shift + RCommand + Shift + R
UndoCtrl + ZCommand + Z
RedoCtrl + YCommand + Y
Find and Replace Text in Current MessageCtrl + F
Ctrl + H   New in TB 24
Command + F
Find Again in Current MessageCtrl + G
F3
Command + G
F3
Find Previous in Current MessageCtrl + Shift + G
Shift + F3
Command + Shift + G
Shift + F3
Check SpellingCtrl + Shift + PCommand + Shift + P
Attach FileCtrl + Shift + ACommand + Shift + A
Rename AttachmentF2
Styling the message text
Larger Font SizeCtrl + +Command + +Ctrl + +
Ctrl + >   New in TB 24
Ctrl + ,   New in TB 24
Command + +
Command + >   New in TB 24
Command + ,   New in TB 24
Smaller Font SizeCtrl + -Command + -Ctrl + -
Ctrl + <   New in TB 24
Ctrl + .   New in TB 24
Command + -
Command + <   New in TB 24
Command + .   New in TB 24
Text Style BoldCtrl + BCommand + B
Text Style ItalicsCtrl + ICommand + I
Text Style UnderlineCtrl + UCommand + U
Text Style "Fixed Width"Ctrl + TCommand + T
Discontinue or Remove Text StylesCtrl + Shift + Y
Ctrl + Space
Command + Shift + Y
Increase IndentCtrl + ]Command + ]
Decrease IndentCtrl + [Command + [

Address Book

  ⇐   |   ⇑   |   ⇒  

New Address Book ContactCtrl + NCommand + N
Write new message to selected contact(s)Ctrl + M
Addressbook Quick FilterCtrl + F
Addressbook Advanced SearchCtrl + Shift + FCommand + Shift + F
Edit Properties of selected contact or address bookCtrl + ICommand + I
Select all (contacts, or search text)Ctrl + ACommand + A
Print selected contactsCtrl + PCommand + P
Delete (selected text, contact, or address book)Del
Show Main Mail Window (Mail & Newsgroups)Ctrl + 1Command + 1

Miscellaneous

  ⇐   |   ⇑   |   ⇒  

Clear HistoryCtrl + Shift + DelCommand + Shift + Del

Lightning (Calendar Add-on)

  ⇐   |   ⇑   |

The following keyboard shortcuts will only apply after installing the Lightning calendar add-on.
Get started
Show or hide Today PaneF11F11
Calendar tabCtrl + Shift + CCommand + Shift + C
Tasks tabCtrl + Shift + DCommand + Shift + D
Mail & Newsgroups Home Tab (Tab 1)Ctrl + 1Alt + 1Command + 1
New EventCtrl + ICommand + I
New TaskCtrl + DCommand + D
Calendar Tab
Show Events Filter barEvents and Tasks ⌈ Find Events
Filter Events(Bug 449018)
Clear current Events FilterEsc
Go to TodayAlt + End
Day ViewAlt + 1
Week ViewAlt + 2
Multiweek ViewAlt + 3
Month ViewAlt + 4
Tasks Tab
Filter TasksCtrl + Shift + KCommand + Shift + K
Clear current Tasks FilterEsc
General Functions
Copy (selected events, tasks, or text)Ctrl + CCommand + C
Cut (selected events, tasks, or text)Ctrl + XCommand + X
PasteCtrl + VCommand + V
Delete (selected events, tasks, or text)Del
UndoCtrl + ZCommand + Z
RedoCtrl + YCommand + Y
PrintCtrl + PCommand + P
Furthermore, most of the keyboard shortcuts for
moving around Thunderbird still apply.

See also

Customize this article

Firefox

Firefox for Android

Firefox for iOS

Firefox OS

Thunderbird

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In the beggining of the article, after the "Keyboard Shortcuts TB" for :

About keyboard shortcuts • Shortcut keys and operating systems • Customizing keyboard shortcuts List of keyboard shortcuts in Thunderbird and Lightning • See also

maybe we need a _TOC_ for better view ?


thanks

ideato said

In the beggining of the article, after the "Keyboard Shortcuts TB" for : About keyboard shortcuts • Shortcut keys and operating systems • Customizing keyboard shortcuts List of keyboard shortcuts in Thunderbird and Lightning • See also maybe we need a _TOC_ for better view ? thanks

I made the above review

ideato said

In the beggining of the article, after the "Keyboard Shortcuts TB" for :
About keyboard shortcuts • Shortcut keys and operating systems • Customizing keyboard shortcuts List of keyboard shortcuts in Thunderbird and Lightning • See also
maybe we need a _TOC_ for better view ? thanks

Hi Xros,
Yes I think that is an improvement.

As you say it is easier to identify and find the content that way. I think it should also aid anyone wishing to link directly to any part of the document such as a single shortcut.

Showfor - Other OS
It does mention different OS but is not written for those OS maybe we should also improve that. So write each shortcut for each os much in the way that we do for our Firefox article Keyboard shortcuts - Perform common Firefox tasks quickly

Titles & SEO
Thinking of the article titles. The Firefox articles were renamed to help with SEO. It may be worth doing similar with Thunderbird articles if and when they get edited. Having TB or Thunderbird in the title may help us in the forum so that the wrong articles do not get linked. The obvious choice of title for this article would be Keyboard shortcuts - Perform common Thunderbird tasks quickly

Cross Linking to Firefox Articles
Not every Firefox user will have Thunderbird.
Although note on the popular Ubuntu Linux distro Firefox is the default Browser and Thunderbird is included in the install by default. I do not suggest cross linking Fx articles to TB articles. That is not needed, but in my opinion it may be worth adding a cross-link to Firefox articles where there is a similar article as is the case with Keyboard Shortcuts.

I will bring this up in the Contribs forum. I think we need to ensure Roland gives input on this, or we could start making many changes to articles before Roland realises what is underway

ojaswee

By default, the TOC automatically numbers the sections. The section headings themselves aren't numbered. This behavior of the table of contents can be customised in several ways:

It is possible to suppress the auto-generated section numbers in the TOC, if the proper class exists locally at MediaWiki:Common.css, defined as .tocnumber { display: none; }. To do this selectively, a wrapper element can be placed around the TOC, as in
on the page, and .noautonum .tocnumber { display: none; } at MediaWiki:Common.css.

There is a user preference to also auto-number the section headings, at Preferences > Appearance > Advanced options > Auto-number headings. This can be set globally for the whole wiki by defining $wgDefaultUserOptions['numberheadings'] = 1 in LocalSettings.php This setting can be overridden individually by users, by changing their preferences as described above, or by setting .mw-headline-number { display: none; } in their user style page. Administrators who lack server access can also override the setting for all users, if it is activated as mentioned above. This is done by using the same CSS code in the site's global common.css file. Internationalization[edit | edit source] Different languages have different ways of expressing TOCs and how its (sub)section numbering is done. Also, the different style guides of many languages differ in what style of TOC and TOC (sub)section numbering scheme they recommend for writers to use. The different w:style guides of each language sometimes recommend different typographic conventions to follow. It's important to note that most languages don't even have any style guide for writing in that language (and many languages don't have a written form entirely), so people usually use the most common style based on existing written convention (not prescribed, but simply 'standard' due to popular usage), which makes the written use of many languages have a sort of 'fluid' punctuation, spelling/orthography and even [personal changes of the very] grammar [of that particular language]. w:Westernization has influenced alphabet and non-alphabet writing systems, with many languages simply copying or being artificially converted to European-style typographic and w:punctuational conventions.

Hi Xros and John99 and ideato:

Thank-you for taking the time to look at this article in detail!

I haven't had time to look at this in detail because we are finishing up the last details of Thunderbird migration but I think in general your suggestions are great!

Please do not make these edits until I have had time to look at this in detail and we have finished migration.

Migration should be finished end of this week and I should have time to look at your suggestions in detail next Monday. Please do not change the article until I post my detailed reply to your suggestions. I should be able to post a detailed reply on March 3, 2014.

Thanks for your patience with this small delay!

...Roland

John99 said

ideato said
In the beggining of the article, after the "Keyboard Shortcuts TB" for :
About keyboard shortcuts • Shortcut keys and operating systems • Customizing keyboard shortcuts List of keyboard shortcuts in Thunderbird and Lightning • See also
maybe we need a _TOC_ for better view ? thanks

Hi Xros,
Yes I think that is an improvement.

As you say it is easier to identify and find the content that way. I think it should also aid anyone wishing to link directly to any part of the document such as a single shortcut.

Showfor - Other OS
It does mention different OS but is not written for those OS maybe we should also improve that. So write each shortcut for each os much in the way that we do for our Firefox article Keyboard shortcuts - Perform common Firefox tasks quickly

Titles & SEO
Thinking of the article titles. The Firefox articles were renamed to help with SEO. It may be worth doing similar with Thunderbird articles if and when they get edited. Having TB or Thunderbird in the title may help us in the forum so that the wrong articles do not get linked. The obvious choice of title for this article would be Keyboard shortcuts - Perform common Thunderbird tasks quickly

Cross Linking to Firefox Articles
Not every Firefox user will have Thunderbird.
Although note on the popular Ubuntu Linux distro Firefox is the default Browser and Thunderbird is included in the install by default. I do not suggest cross linking Fx articles to TB articles. That is not needed, but in my opinion it may be worth adding a cross-link to Firefox articles where there is a similar article as is the case with Keyboard Shortcuts.

I will bring this up in the Contribs forum. I think we need to ensure Roland gives input on this, or we could start making many changes to articles before Roland realises what is underway

John99 said

ideato said
In the beggining of the article, after the "Keyboard Shortcuts TB" for :
About keyboard shortcuts • Shortcut keys and operating systems • Customizing keyboard shortcuts List of keyboard shortcuts in Thunderbird and Lightning • See also
maybe we need a _TOC_ for better view ? thanks

Hi Xros,
Yes I think that is an improvement.

As you say it is easier to identify and find the content that way. I think it should also aid anyone wishing to link directly to any part of the document such as a single shortcut.

Showfor - Other OS
It does mention different OS but is not written for those OS maybe we should also improve that. So write each shortcut for each os much in the way that we do for our Firefox article Keyboard shortcuts - Perform common Firefox tasks quickly

Titles & SEO
Thinking of the article titles. The Firefox articles were renamed to help with SEO. It may be worth doing similar with Thunderbird articles if and when they get edited. Having TB or Thunderbird in the title may help us in the forum so that the wrong articles do not get linked. The obvious choice of title for this article would be Keyboard shortcuts - Perform common Thunderbird tasks quickly

Cross Linking to Firefox Articles
Not every Firefox user will have Thunderbird.
Although note on the popular Ubuntu Linux distro Firefox is the default Browser and Thunderbird is included in the install by default. I do not suggest cross linking Fx articles to TB articles. That is not needed, but in my opinion it may be worth adding a cross-link to Firefox articles where there is a similar article as is the case with Keyboard Shortcuts.

I will bring this up in the Contribs forum. I think we need to ensure Roland gives input on this, or we could start making many changes to articles before Roland realises what is underway

Hi ojaswee

This site uses Mediawiki markup (or at least a subset of mediawiki markup) but we don't use the mediawiki software; instead we use our own software code named "Kitsune".

Correct me if I am wrong folks, but since we use Kitsune I don't think the suggestions that ojaswee made would work since we use Kitsune.

Cheers!

...Roland

The part about "Please use the Help with... selector on the right to choose your operating system and your version of Thunderbird. Only the keyboard shortcuts which apply to your choice will be shown." dont seem to be correct.

It should properly be "Customize this article" which is located on the left.

While translating this article to my locale i tested out the keyboard shortcuts to confirm what was working and what was not working. So here are my comment/changes that i would like others to have a look at before i send a revision: Please use the [[#support-for|Help with...]] selector > Please use the '''Customize this article''' selector {key Ctrl+O} > {key Ctrl+O} (O as in Open) {/for}{for mac}{key Command+P}{/for} (printing selected text work when writing a message, not when reading a message) |Find Text in Current Message||{for =tb31,=tb4,=tb5,=tb6,=tb7}{for win,linux}{key Ctrl+F} and then {key Ctrl+F} again{/for}{for mac}{key Command+F} and then {key Command+F} again{/for}{/for} {for tb8}{for win,linux}{key Ctrl+F}{/for}{for mac}{key Command+F}{/for}{/for} (what's going on here with 3 times ctrl+f ?) |Move to Next Mail Pane||{for win}{key F6}<br>{key Ctrl+F6} (If F6 does the same why is Ctrl+F6 here ?) {key Win+&darr;} (does not minimize the first time, have to do it once more) |Close window or tab||{for win}{key Ctrl+W}<br>{key Alt+F4}(only for closing a window}<br>{key Ctrl+F4} (only for closing a tab){/for}{for linux}{key Ctrl+W}{/for}{for mac}{key Command+W}{/for} (they also all seem to be able to close the window) |Move to previous main UI element||{for win}{key Shift+F6}<br>{key Ctrl+Shift+F6} (If Shift+F6 does the same why is Ctrl+Shift+F6 here ?) |Remove Named Anchors||{for =tb31,=tb5,=tb6,=tb7,=tb8,=tb9}{for win,linux}{key Ctrl+Shift+A} (attaches a file) |Find and Replace Text in Current Message||{for win,linux}{key Ctrl+F}{for tb24}<br>{key Ctrl+H} &nbsp;&nbsp;''New in TB 24''{/for}{/for}{for mac}{key Command+F}{/for} (Split into 2 lines. Find with ctrl + f on one line. Find and Replace text with ctrl+h on another line.) |Find Again in Current Message||{for win,linux}{key Ctrl+G}<br>{key F3} (does not work when searchboks has focus) |Larger Font Size||{for =tb31,=tb5,=tb6,=tb7,=tb8,=tb9,=tb10,=tb11,=tb12,=tb13,=tb14,=tb15,=tb16,=tb17}{for win,linux}{key Ctrl+&#43;}{/for}{for mac}{key Command+&#43;}{/for}{/for} (i think changing fontsize and zoom have been mixed together here, zoom have been explained earlier in article) |Addressbook Quick Filter||{for win}{key Ctrl+F} (don't seem to work) !Events Tab!! > Calender Tab

Renaming Thunderbird articles is being discussed in /forums/knowledge-base-articles/711125

Suggestion: Rename this article from "Keyboard Shortcuts TB" to: Keyboard shortcuts - Perform common Thunderbird tasks quickly

Some of your remarks were probably caused by tb31 markup, and I tried to fix these and some others in r111190. Could you have another look and see what’s still wrong? Feel free to add a new revision, of course.

Looks like someone did this

This change was included in revision 106010 and mentioned in the Testing the article on Windows 7 + Thunderbird 31.3.0 discussion for this article.