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Month: May 2015

Re: [trinity-users] Bug 2440 (URL added)

From: Kate Draven <borglabs4@...>
Date: Wed, 6 May 2015 15:15:42 -0400
Ah, take the email and save it as plain text. From there you can rid it, of 
all the html crap.
I've had to do that too.


PS, I can't believe you're without ice cream, the horror.

On Wednesday 06 May 2015, Lisi Reisz wrote:
> On Wednesday 06 May 2015 19:32:53 Kate Draven wrote:
> > BTW, I have kmail set to show plain text as default. And I take over the
> > fonts on pages using the build in tools/settings.
> >
> > Lisi try check out the settings. See if you can alter the fonts, and set
> > it to display text as the default. It might help.
> >
> > I know this is exactly helpful, but...
> Thanks, Kate.  Yes, I have all the settings I can find on KMail, set to be
> as helpful as possible, and it is the fact that in almost every case they
> are so good and figurable that makes me reluctant to leave KMail.  That and
> the fact it uses Maildir.
> I have large Bitstream Vera Sans, adjusted to how much I actually need to
> read a particular pane.  I display in plain text whenever possible, which
> is most of the time.  And usually when I can't, I just don't read the
> email.
> But there is a rump that determinedly is only in HTML, that I cannot read
> and need to, like my grocery order confirmation.  The site is a nightmare
> so I make a lot of mistakes, and the order confirmation is so difficult to
> read that if I am tired I can't check it.
> I currently have no ice cream.  I made a mistake on my order.  Worse things
> happen at sea, but I fancy some ice cream!!
> Lisi
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