Talk:Thunderbird 3.0 - New Features and Changes/Themes
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The main motivation for this article is to collect userChrome.css entries that were posted in the forums or otherwise figured out, specifically for the migration from Thunderbird 2.0 to 3.0 (at least at this point). We can figure out if and to which extent more general style definitions should be added, but I didn't intend to make this an article with too wide of a scope. --Rsx11m 21:54, 17 July 2009 (UTC)
(I'll add a couple of userChrome.css hacks for Windows and Linux to start with...) - I have collected a couple of entries developed during some discussion in the forums. However, I don't have access to Vista
While following the link to the DOM Inspector shows you a compatibility range of Thunderbird: 3.0a1pre â€“ 3.1a1pre, in fact (at the time of writing) install.rdf has a maxVersion of 3.0a2pre only. Thus, you'll either have disable version checking or bump the extension. There is also a brief tutorial on how to use DOMi. --Rsx11m 15:02, 18 July 2009 (UTC)
Remove Zebra Striping
Why is the solution dependent upon the operating system? Thunderbird is supposed to be a cross platform application and this feature doesn't have an obvious dependency upon a service that is operating system dependent such as a system tray. Can you point me to a bug report?
Is there a generic solution that will work for somebody who shares profiles between Windows and Linux? Tanstaafl 23:32, 12 August 2009 (UTC)