Feature requested by email by Angelo Gonzalez. "I use Thunderbird as email client. Due to my impaired sight, I compose using large size fonts, and then, before sending, I reduce the size to normal so that the recipient won't be surprised by the large fonts, However, sometimes I forget to reduce and the message text goes out as is. It would help me quite a lot if, in the General Option settings for Thunderbird, a checkbox could be added such that, when checked, the message sending process would first adjusted (proportionally) the fonts to normal size and then would send the message."
The way you do that is to zoom in the compose window (ctrl++) to make the text larger. That doesn't ever affect how it's presented to the receiver.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 4 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
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