Nov 222008
 

While we are talking about colors …

As you know, thunderbird has gobs of options you can play with. I usually do not care much about how it looks and just use the default settings. The only thing I have done was to change the background color of sub-windows.

Thunderbird in color

Thunderbird in color

This was easily done by editing the userChrome.css file in ~/.thunderbird/xxxxxx/chrome/ .

#folderPaneHeader,
#folderTree treecol,
#folderTree
{background-color: #ccf !important;}


#acctCentralGrid
{background-color: #cfc !important;}


#threadTree treecol,
#threadTree
{background-color: #fcc !important;}


#msgHeaderView,
#attachmentList
{background-color: #cfc !important;}


#folderpane_splitter,
#threadpane-splitter,
#attachment-splitter
{background-color: #00d !important;}

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