TB2 just auto updated to Ver 2.6 and I found I have:-
1. a Trash Can Icon for the 'deleted' folders
2. Content in the 'Offline Newsgroups' popup.
These are fine now in both crossover and crossover-X, so thanks for these fixes, much appreciated.
There's one other rather minor mis-alignment with the 'favourite folder' in the RMB popup for a folder....
o with a tick (e.g. inbox) everything's fine
o but without a tick, the text is slightly indented,
i.e. it seems to have a few leading spaces.
Anyway these alignments don't detract from my favourite TB theme, so thanks for all the effort....
I've encounted a possible regression in the latest update:-
1a. The Font Colour in the Compose Windows for the adress field type (e.g. To, cc, bcc etc) is very light grey on white and is very hard to read.
1b. The drop down marker for this address field (the blue box with up/down arrowhead) is missing. It blinks in when you click the field, but doesn't remain.
The subsequent popup menu is black text on light grey and reads fine
I don't remember this problem with any previous versions.
Hooray! I'm so glad you updated -- I was hating using the standard theme while I was waiting.
I've noticed that the theme no longer displays an alert when you have new e-mail -- so no little window comes up at the bottom of the screen when you're in another program to tell you that you have mail.
I think there are conflicts with the new feature that TB 2.0 offers where you can see the subject/sender of the e-mail that's arrived. Unless I turn off this new feature completely, Crossover won't even let TB play an alert sound for new e-mail. Never an alert window, with that feature on or off.
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