- style folders with unread messages and/or subfolders with unread messages - works in Thunderbird 1.5.0.x/2.0.0.x
These are my own personal tweaks for Thunderbird. Probably only of interest to me. (With a big thanks to http://www.linnhe2.free-online.co.uk/thunderbird/chrome.html for info.)
Elegant Brit style for Thunderbrid 15. Anti-Australis ;)
Style to use in Thunderbird, install Mail Summaries to get something that looks like my code.
I recently started using Windows 8.1 and wasn't happy with how darker theme colors make it so you cant read the menu text and tab text on Thunderbird. I decided to make a script to change that. I made this for personal use in Thunderbird but it will probably work in Firefox.
Style for Thunderbird Conversations
Some beautifying tweaks I've been using with Tb for a long time: - adds a nice gray line-through to deleted imap emails - draws soft gray gridlines in the folder and thread panes - tested with Thunderbird 1.* and 2.0.0.*
Tweaks the message pane of TB3. Adds images to the buttons. Removes text on the buttons. Adds margins and shadows to the email.
Quite a few people are unhappy http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?f=39&t=2239181 with the new glass effects in Thunderbird 5.0 that, quite frankly, make some menus and buttons unpleasantly hard to read. This style aims to fix that issue. I also recommend trying out the NoGlass extension if you prefer its look. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/thunderbird/addon/noglass/ NoGlass @ addons.mozilla.org If you don't want to install NoGlass as a Thunderbird 5.0 theme, you can also just paste the CSS code into a userstyle. http://pastebin.com/245gV90X NoGlass by Paenglab userstyle
This userstyle changes the color of weekends in Thunderbird's Lightning Calendar view (IF addon was installed). NOTE: Tools>Options>Lightning>General>"Optimize Colors for Accessibility" MUST be set for this to work.