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Paenglab

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Post Posted August 17th, 2019, 12:20 am

David1949 wrote:I do not have the Windows Dark Theme enabled. However.

With the Thunderbird "Light" theme enabled Thunderbird again looks like the old "Default" theme did.

Then it can be you have set ui.systemUsesDarkTheme to 1. If yes, change to 0.

I see no other reason why TB should be dark.
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Post Posted August 17th, 2019, 6:00 am

Paenglab wrote:
David1949 wrote:I do not have the Windows Dark Theme enabled. However.

With the Thunderbird "Light" theme enabled Thunderbird again looks like the old "Default" theme did.

Then it can be you have set ui.systemUsesDarkTheme to 1. If yes, change to 0.

I see no other reason why TB should be dark.



Thanks for the suggestion but I do not have that line in the about:config file. But that tip does give me a term to search for now.

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Post Posted August 28th, 2019, 9:26 pm

thunderbird 68.0 Win64 Builds arent listed on the Download page? so you still have to download them manually afaics https://www.thunderbird.net/en-US/ which still only offers the 32bit one

to get 64bit you still need to go here https://archive.mozilla.org/pub/thunder ... 8.0/win64/

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Post Posted September 2nd, 2019, 11:40 am

Sometime viewing a message with html make TB increase its width by x2. I think it happen when the html content is not cached yet. I had this problem a while ago and it seems to have come back in the latest nightly build.

Does anybody knows it is a known bug ?

Thanks.

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Post Posted September 12th, 2019, 12:31 am


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Post Posted September 17th, 2019, 6:31 pm

with the New Firefox release schedule to be released in 2020 https://hacks.mozilla.org/2019/09/movin ... ase-cycle/ how will this affect the Thunderbird releases?

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Post Posted Yesterday, 5:29 am

Mouse4 wrote:with the New Firefox release schedule to be released in 2020 https://hacks.mozilla.org/2019/09/movin ... ase-cycle/ how will this affect the Thunderbird releases?

Unless we determine otherwise, Thunderbird releases will change to match Firefox releases.

For ESR, the time period will remain the same per https://hacks.mozilla.org/2019/09/movin ... ase-cycle/

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Post Posted Yesterday, 2:41 pm

I think I could handle testing a release candidate every 4 weeks, but a beta with "more frequent Beta builds, similar to what we have today in Firefox Nightly." ](*,), Where is that screaming in terror smiley :?:
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Post Posted Yesterday, 2:53 pm

We will probably be 2-3 beta per release until 68.3, and then I'd hope at 68.3 the norm is one beta per month ... until until we get to 77ish

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Post Posted 16 minutes ago

FYI

Got another Thunderbird update today:

68.1.0 (32-bit)

Yes, still getting 32 bit.

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