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Old 7 Aug 2017, 08:37 AM   #61
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Ha! Well, I think I've done as much as I can. I'll make a few more changes and then post the final code here, if anyone wants to use it.
lol thx your made my use of the New UI a little bit more tolerable.... lol


EDIT:

thx.. I just gonna add the color coding of
/* Color & Size of MAIL File Size, while using classic FM theme */
to my css Stylus profile...

I didn't really have a use for the pined moving and shading...
but thx none the less, hopefully some else will have a use for those ones...

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Old 10 Aug 2017, 06:57 PM   #62
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I finally found a good use for 'Archive' ...

Set it to auto-delete every 24 hours and when you have an email that you are sure you won't want to keep (spam, chain letter, jokes, etc.) just click 'Archive' and it will be removed from the system in 24 hours.

I can't set 'Trash' to auto-delete because occasionally legit emails get filed there by accident, like today!

It would be VERY helpful if each e-mail showed which rule caused it be filed into a specific folder. We can see the spam score, could we see the spam RULE as well?
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Old 4 Sep 2018, 01:15 PM   #63
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Color for user folder names

Hey folks stoked to find this - been stumbling through CSS and stylus and this thread has been a great help, thank you.

Trying to make either backgrounds or fonts of my user-named folders a separate color. I.e I have a JOBS email folder and would like that to be one color - then all sub directories to be a paler shade of that same color. Happy to do the manual work on Stylus to make that happen but can't for the life of me find out how to 'address' or identify the actual folder name itself. Just seems to either be a v id in the source code of the page or a href.

Much thanks for any brain help!
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Old 5 Sep 2018, 08:14 AM   #64
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Change the ID (#v118, #v123) tags to the correct number...

#v118 {
background-color:orange;
}

#v123 {
background-color:lawngreen;
}
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Old 5 Sep 2018, 08:28 AM   #65
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Oh my goodness! Thank you So much - that little bit of code has made SUCH a difference to the readability of the mass of email folders! Thanks heaps man, really appreciate you taking the time to answer.
I experimented with font colour also with the sub-folders - works well - that v tag nailed it, thank you.



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Change the ID (#v118, #v123) tags to the correct number...

#v118 {
background-colorrange;
}

#v123 {
background-color:lawngreen;
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Old 5 Sep 2018, 11:41 PM   #66
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If you delete a folder you'll have to update the code because the ID tags will get reassigned to different folders.
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Old 16 Feb 2019, 01:58 AM   #67
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news update,
it seems as FastMail just updated there web-UI today..
and the some of the CSS tweaks are not working anymore....

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Old 16 Feb 2019, 12:19 PM   #68
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What did they change in the UI? or was it a Firefox update.
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Old 16 Feb 2019, 01:07 PM   #69
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What did they change in the UI? or was it a Firefox update.
It is unlikely that anyone other than FastMail can answer that exactly. It is most unlikely that the issue is browser specific. What Joe has observed is that the HTML elements he is using in his CSS tweaks are no longer as hey were when the tweaks were written. This means that it will be necessary to investigate and try to rework the tweaks for the updated HTML structure.

In the worst case, it is possible that some critical HTML has been replaced by JavaScript. This could make it infeasible to reinstate the tweaks going forward.
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Old 16 Feb 2019, 02:57 PM   #70
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I have a stylish script and its still working in my Fastmail account, but in saying that I am not using the current Firefox browser. I am still on 56 as some scripts wont work in the current Firefox.
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Old 16 Feb 2019, 03:40 PM   #71
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What did they change in the UI? or was it a Firefox update.
idk exactly...
I did open a support ticket to investigate this with FastMail....

well it does appear as though some of the CSS tweaks still work.. like color coding of TO:, CC, etc on the compose screen...

but the color coding of the folders is not working...
and the green divider separating each of the emails is only 1px instead of 2px like it should be....

and I just loaded FastMail in Waterfox v56.2.7.1 and its the same there too... as in Firefox v65.0.1 as far as I can tell..


it happened suddenly yesterday while I wasn't looking...


thx for the replies everyone... good too know some people still watch these threads..



here are some of the CSS tweaks not working anymore...
Code:
	/* Puts a badge on every folder, displaying a constant "NEW MAIL" count */
	.v-FolderSource-badge
	{
	display:inline-block;
	}

	/* Puts a border under the 'Trash' folder */
	.v-FolderSource--trash
	{
	border-bottom:2px solid blue;
	}

	/* 1b - 'Inbox' Folder Path Is Now LimeGreen */
	.v-FolderSource--inbox
	{
	background-color:limegreen;
	}

	/* 2b - 'Sent' Folder Path Is Now Lightblue */
	.v-FolderSource--sent
	{
	background-color:lightblue;
	}

	/* 3b - 'Drafts' Folder Path Is Now Orange */
	.v-FolderSource--drafts
	{
	background-color:orange;
	}

	/* 4b - 'Trash' Folder Path Is Now Red */
	.v-FolderSource--trash
	{
	background-color:turquoise;
	}
and that's just the CSS tweaks not working as obvious to me...

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Old 17 Feb 2019, 04:27 PM   #72
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I suppose using CSS might be a little bit of a security risk depending on what scripts you are using.

Its sad that they dont give the UI a little bit more color and update it to 2019, for me everything seems to be stuck on the left hand side where in fact they could use some of the top custom bar for at least the calendar and settings.
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Old 17 Feb 2019, 09:27 PM   #73
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I suppose using CSS might be a little bit of a security risk depending on what scripts you are using..
For many years, CSS was a very safe language (from the security point of view) with only the potential to mess up the page formatting. With enhancements to CSS introduced over the last couple of years, there are now possible attacks if sensitive information is stored within HTML tags on a page. The class of attacks that are now possible are often called CSS Exfil attacks The issue (apart from needing websites that are already not robust from a security viewpoint) also assumes you are allowing CSS from untrusted sources (not your own Stylish snippets). I stand to be corrected, but I think the use of Stylish is still safe, albeit your page display might get messed up, and maintenance can be a headache.
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Old 18 Feb 2019, 02:18 AM   #74
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Everything is fine on my side. No issues here...
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Old 18 Feb 2019, 02:24 AM   #75
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Everything is fine on my side. No issues here...
strange some of them are not working for me.. in Firefox v65
and the same for Waterfox v56
FastMail had to have changed there code a bit... because some of the CSS tweaks I'm using are not working anymore...
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