Le 10/09/11 13:31, Ken Springer a écrit :
Seriously, though, I checked the source for your message, and we both
are using Thunderbird 6.
Within the last week, I learned about the QuoteCollapse add-on. It
takes each quoted section of a reply, and collapses it to one line.
There's a little plus sign that will let you expand that section to
full length. It's great for those posts where there's been no
trimming, but lots of replies.
At this point, this add-on would seem to eliminate the need of
Add it to your TB, I'd like to know what you think of it. It may do a
lot to solve your issues and concerns.
If the author for Quote Colors would make that add-on compatible with
TB 6, then replying would be easier, IMO.
I've used Quote Colors for quite some time, at each update of TB I get
error messages, then mysteriously all starts to work again within a
couple of days without any intervention from my part, and without an
update to QC (is working at the moment).
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