On Friday 15 December 2006 08:29, Doug McGarrett wrote:
Well, it doesn't work that way. What I mean is,
I guess what you
call the "message body" i.e., what appears on the monitor when you
access an email and try to read it, and what I mean has nothing
to do with "quoted text" but what I write when I create an email.
"quoted text" is the text with "> " in front of it.
">" is usually
used as quote character, sometimes people use different characters,
e.g. "|" or "+".
It turns out that when I _reply_ to an email, as I am
the text is a nice readable size.
Yes, a new window pops up, that's called the "Composer".
is also one of the entries in the "Apply to"-combobox.
Maybe that's what _you_ mean by "quoted
I guess I managed to modify KMail to do that much, but I can't
seem to get the _incoming mail text_ to a readable size.
_incoming mail text_: when you click on a message header (or subject)
in the "Message List", the text of that mail ("Message Body") is
shown in the "Message Body"-pane.
"Message List" and "Message Body" are also entries in the "Apply
BTW, there does not seem to be any way to check or
"use smaller font for quoted text" in 9.3, and I would not want
it to do so anyway.
Ok, maybe you have an older KMail. Mine is 1.9.5.
Text, whether quoted or unquoted all comes
out the same very small size. On a 19" monitor, it must be about
maybe 8 point or 9 point. What I'm writing in, now, since it is
_reply_, not new message, is probably about 14 point. Maybe 16
point, I forget what I put in, but it doesn't help on receive, or
transmit new, those are still tiny, tiny.
That's terrible. I too would not like that. I've sent you a personal
mail to help you fix this.
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