Re: New Thunderbird "Look" Survey
- Date: Wed, 17 Jan 2018 12:51:14 -0800
- From: The Real Bev <bashley101+moz@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: New Thunderbird "Look" Survey
On 01/17/2018 12:20 PM, WaltS48 wrote:
On 1/17/18 1:20 PM, The Real Bev wrote:
On 01/17/2018 09:06 AM, WaltS48 wrote:
On 1/17/18 11:55 AM, The Real Bev wrote:
On 01/16/2018 10:22 PM, B00ze wrote:
Well, maybe you'll like it, or maybe you are like me and
prefer the old interface (the older the better, TB2 looked
real good). Tell Thunderbird what you think:
I liked Netscape. I had a nice mottled background for the
message pane that made the text stand out attractively. TB is
fine just the way it is. Making it ugly isn't going to attract
Personally, I think the message list in the screenshot is so
spaced-out it will be useless; the calendar "gauge" is just
confusing, and I'm not a big fan of the dark folder list. It
looks a bit like one of Microsoft's crap Apps that come with
Everything has too much white space. Moreover, they should
have had a big GO TO SURVEY button.
How big do you want it?
I didn't see that anywhere. I saw a number of boxes saying "This
wouldn't load" or equivalent. Ultimately I clicked on the red
text survey link. Perhaps you need a newer version of FF than
52ESR/linux. A LOT of shit doesn't work with 52ESR/linux. Or
It does if you don't block everything.
You're 80% correct. In safe mode in 52 and 57 I saw a red button. In
'normal' (block every goddam ad in existence) all I saw were red
letters, centered. I missed that when I was scrolling down the first
time looking for an actual button. I went up to the top and searched
for the word 'survey' and the first link I saw was 'a research survey'
in red in-line text, a few lines above the centered red text.
It's a monumental pain to restart in safe mode just to see a web page.
How hard is it to make a button that doesn't trigger adblock extensions?
Many surveys are designed poorly. Given the nature of the questions, as
well as my difficulty noted above, this is one of them.
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