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Re: Thunderbird HTML compose does not have STRIKE format??

Em 22-01-2019 15:08, WaltS48 escreveu:
> On 1/21/19 6:10 PM, Balaco ocalaB wrote:
>> Em 21-01-2019 20:45, Ray_Net escreveu:
>>> Balaco ocalaB wrote on 21-01-19 18:55:
>>>> I usually use simple text messages almost only, discarding all HTML
>>>> details, sending or receiving most messages - and eventually using
>>>> simple tricks to emphasize or any other event we want to show more.
>>>> Right now, I wanted to write a message where I would paste a long text
>>>> which I copied somewhere, but I will strike parts of it. HTML has strike
>>>> tag - since HTML 3 we have it! But there is no strike button.
>>>> In the menu, there is the option. How do I make the button for it exist
>>>> in the compose window? The "personalize" right menu only works for the
>>>> buttons ABOVE the "to" and "from" fields. Not from the buttons in the
>>>> composing area.
>>>> Ideas? A shortcut to that option (to strike) does not exist. 😤 Can I
>>>> choose one for it?
>>> Do you want to STRIKE this word ?
>>> Yes ? then select the word and go to "Format" - "TextStyle" -
>>> "Strikethrough"
>> I knew that, and I said it: "In the menu, there is the option." I want
>> two things:
>> 1. a button together with the formatting buttons in the message compose
>> window
>> 2. a shortcut to be used when composing HTML messages
> Official support <https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/products/thunderbird>

For a reason that I disagree of it being reasonable, and no clear reason
was actually detailed, I cannot get help in those groups. So I ask all
my questions here and - usually - people are much helpful here. In fact,
this is a place which I like to be, to read things being discussed. The
support groups are disgusting in this aspect.

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