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Hi, I found this old solution to make your tagged mails stand out more by colorizing the background instead of the text: https://www.twistermc.com/1143/thunderbird-labels/ However, it's more than a decade old and it seems the add-on system has changed so that you can't do it anymore (unless I'm missing something). Is there a more recent solution or, in case not, is there still a way to make this one work ?

Hi, I found this old solution to make your tagged mails stand out more by colorizing the background instead of the text: https://www.twistermc.com/1143/thunderbird-labels/ However, it's more than a decade old and it seems the add-on system has changed so that you can't do it anymore (unless I'm missing something). Is there a more recent solution or, in case not, is there still a way to make this one work ?

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I used that method in TB 60, without the Stylish add-on, but by creating the userChrome.css code directly:

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1240313

https://gist.github.com/eriwen/757944

but it no longer works in TB 68. I think the references to the interface elements have changed to html versions, but I'm not sure how to modify the old code. Similar discussion here.

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Isisombululo Esikhethiwe

I used that method in TB 60, without the Stylish add-on, but by creating the userChrome.css code directly:

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1240313

https://gist.github.com/eriwen/757944

but it no longer works in TB 68. I think the references to the interface elements have changed to html versions, but I'm not sure how to modify the old code. Similar discussion here.

I used that method in TB 60, without the Stylish add-on, but by creating the userChrome.css code directly: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1240313 https://gist.github.com/eriwen/757944 but it no longer works in TB 68. I think the references to the interface elements have changed to html versions, but I'm not sure how to modify the old code. Similar discussion [http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?f=39&t=3055151 here].
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I have the same problem.

In TB 68, the colors of my tags are not shown anymore in messages lists. When I switched from TB 60 to 68, I even thought I lost all my tags on emails. Is it the same for you ?

This is a main feature for me, to quickly sort my mail, so I switched back to my TB 60 installation until I find a solution.

The problem is that I don't know how to identify the HTML elements to target with CSS, as the dev tools don't open anymore in my TB 68 installation.

I have the same problem. In TB 68, the colors of my tags are not shown anymore in messages lists. When I switched from TB 60 to 68, I even thought I lost all my tags on emails. Is it the same for you ? This is a main feature for me, to quickly sort my mail, so I switched back to my TB 60 installation until I find a solution. The problem is that I don't know how to identify the HTML elements to target with CSS, as the dev tools don't open anymore in my TB 68 installation.
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The tags still show colored text in the Threads Pane (see picture) here in TB 68.1.2/W10, for any theme, and the Developer Tools opens with Ctrl+Shift+I. If you run in safe mode, you should at least be able to see the built-in tags, and maybe the Developer Tools as well.

The tags still show colored text in the Threads Pane (see picture) here in TB 68.1.2/W10, for any theme, and the Developer Tools opens with Ctrl+Shift+I. If you run in safe mode, you should at least be able to see the built-in tags, and maybe the Developer Tools as well.
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nicod1 0 izisombululo 2 izimpendulo
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Thanx for your answer. Ok, something's broken in my profile, I've checked with a fresh new profile, and it's ok, i see colors in the thread panel.

Thanx for your answer. Ok, something's broken in my profile, I've checked with a fresh new profile, and it's ok, i see colors in the thread panel.
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