User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Ubuntu; Linux x86_64; rv:31.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/31.0 (Beta/Release) Build ID: 20140715214327 Steps to reproduce: 1. Compose a new email. 2. Type in 500+ words of text. 3. Randomly make 50+ words both bold and red. Actual results: Step 3 is quite arduous while writing and changing colours as you go, it is broken down as follows: 1. Type in the text. 2. Select the words to make bold and change colour. 3. Type Control+B to bold the words. 4. Click the black/white colour icon. 5. Click the Last-picked colour button. 6. Click OK. 7. Repeat from step 2. Expected results: Changing text colours should work as follows: 1. Select the words to make bold and change colour. 2. Type Control+B to bold the words. 3. Click the black/white colour icon. 4. Click the red colour selection. 5. Click OK. At this point, a new icon should appear that is "apply previous style." Then, I can do the following: 1. Select the text. 2. Click "Apply Previous Style" icon (to apply both the bold and the red colour). Much simpler. Alternatively: 1. Select the text. 2. Control+B to bold. 3. Click the black/white colour icon. 4. Click red. 5. Click Apply. (This requires a new button in the dialog.) 6. The dialog remains open, but is not modal. At this point I can simply click "Apply" after selecting and bolding individual words that should be in red. Note: I cannot select all the words at one time because I don't know what all the words will be while composing the email.
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