In an HTML message, a CSS style can be set for the <body> using: Format | Page Colors and Background | Advanced Edit | Inline Style If the 'color' or 'background-color' CSS styles are used, then OK is pressed, the Page Colors and Background dialog will show those colors in the example box under the radio button "Use custom colors." (Returning to the Advanced Edit dialog will show those values in the HTML attributes tab's 'text' and 'bgcolor' entries.) The other radio button, "Use reader's colors," is enabled. Actual results: Selecting "Use reader's colors" plus OK causes no change to the current message; and returning to the dialog, "Use custom colors" is again selected. Expected results: - Either (1) "Use reader's colors" should be disabled if the custom colors have been set via the Inline Style. However, that may still be confusing, as it's not necessarily clear why the selection is disabled. - Or (2) Selecting "Use reader's colors" plus OK should turn the colors off, clearing the color styles from the Inline Style. Maybe there's a better option than either of those two, but the current behavior sure isn't it.
xref bug 147645.
Severity: normal → minor
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Assignee: sspitzer → nobody
Filter on "Nobody_NScomTLD_20080620"
QA Contact: esther → composition
Product: Core → MailNews Core
There is no Use custom colors radio button anymore. Thunderbird 52.1.0 (32-bit) Windows 7 64-bit
(In reply to buovjaga from comment #4) > There is no Use custom colors radio button anymore. > > Thunderbird 52.1.0 (32-bit) > Windows 7 64-bit
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