Like Firefox, when a new profile is created also by Thunderbird, there should be a customize file of a sample. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1.Create new profile. Migration does not perform. 2. Look %profiledir%/chrome Actual Results: There is no sample of userChrome.css/userContent.css. Expected Results: There is sample of userChrome.css/userContent.css. Thunderbird version 0.9 (20041103)
Mac version Tb 1.0 Release doesn't have these files either. Change Hardware & OS -> All
I understand from <http://www.mozilla.org/unix/customizing.html> that the userChrome.css and userContent.css are absent by default. The userChrome-example.css and userContent-example.css files should be present by default. Reporter (Hiro): Which files do you believe are missing? If your chrome folder contains userChrome-example.css and userContent-example.css by default then perhaps everything is OK and there is no bug?
> Reporter (Hiro): Which files do you believe are missing? If your chrome folder > contains userChrome-example.css and userContent-example.css by default then > perhaps everything is OK and there is no bug? A meaning of a sample file is userChrome-example.css and userContent-example.css. I checked 1.8branch NB. A "chrome" folder was not made with this version by Profile, too. An empty chrome folder was ready in Profile before. But now, this folder is not made, too. If customization is possible in Thunderbird, I think that I had better prepare a sample file as well as Firefox like URL. Mac OS X 10.3.9 version 2 alpha 1 (20060607)
I agree that the *-example.css files should be present by default. The issue with the chrome folder not being created seems to be fairly recent and is reported in Bug 335423. A fix for Bug 335423 may also fix this bug (someone with the appropriate bugzilla privs could add Bug 335423 to the dependency list for this bug, if that's a sensible thing to do).
wontfix per standard8. "the "usefulness" of supplying the example files, and installing them in everyone's new profile versus those people who will actually use them and find them useful, is going to be a pretty small ratio to those that use them. Hence I don't think its worth the effort"