On 07/28/2018 04:01 AM, David C. Rankin wrote:
On 07/27/2018 05:24 PM, don fisher wrote:
That link was to Firefox 55 and below. I followed the link to later versions, and it says "When you click on a link for a type of file that doesn't have a set content type and download action, Firefox will ask you how to handle the file". But for .bin files I get a hexdump, and .txt files a display in the window. I cannot get it to ask how to handle the file. I must have trouble reading:-)
I don't think it is a reading problem. Mozilla has dumbed-down the settings and config interface significantly over the past few version jumps to the point something that should be stupid-simple to configure is a frustrating PITA (like trying to set the clock font size in the KDE panel)
This message of yours displays a huge "autocrypt" header in Thunderbird using almost all of the available vertical screen space, leaving just a single line for the message body at the screen bottom. There is no scroll bar for the huge header section :-(
I had to hit "reply list" in order to see the message text.
What is this new feature about? Not good if I can't read the email... :-(