Discussion of general topics about Mozilla Thunderbird
When there is unread mail, the containing mailbox is supposed to be highlighted with dark black text.
Is there a way to specify that a different color be used?
Try this code which is very closed to yours, I hope you'll like it.I've used this code longer time.
So, in the userchrome.css (c\documents and setting\user\Application data\thunderbird\profile\chrome\userchrome. css)add this code:
Restart TB, send e-mail to yourself to see a different at once.
I'll give that a try,
The above code colors the mail item, I was asking about a way to color the mailbox.
Maybe you mean for this effect:
i just want to highlight the mail boxes that have unread mail in a color other than bold black.
when quickly scrolling thru the mailboxes, it is too easy to miss bold black, esapecially with aging eyes.
I use something like this (only more complicated), in userChrome.css.
This will affect the folder pane items. For other colors, this is handy:
I've added your codes in userchrome.css, but I can't see any diference. Please,
let me see the screenshot.
Thank you very much for the information, although I've already known this address.Put this address in your bookmarks also.
Your code works for me, at least the red and blue does.
I rarely, if ever save unread nessages, so I'll likely never see the green.
However, I looked at the Thunderbird KB, etc. and was ubable to find adequate explanation of the syntax and allowed values in the .css.
Where is this documented?
Where is treechildren documented?
I don't know what's your ambtions with creating different features and changing the interface of TB or FF.
In this world of this codes took me my curiosity and one member( I can't say his alias, taking into the consideqartion his privacy) of this forum who helped me too much through the training and making different codes in TB and FF. What's my point of this. Surfing through this site you'll learn too much and acquired experince will make you to make your own codes for yr FF and TB. For the begining to learn more for some codes visit this site.
I don't know if it is fully "documented" anywhere that's available to us mere users. I've just picked up things here and there -- from the forums (esp. people like bozz and jeroen_p), from poking around inside classic.jar (in the TB folder in Program Folders), and a bit from playing with the DOM inspector.
You might get some tips from this monster of a thread (though they might be talking more about Firefox than TB):
There are also some useful links here:
Thanks a lot for http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?t=244616 site. I will just update my modest knowledge of syntax,
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