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Gene, I realize that this is a long delayed response, but having
all messages coming up in the same window has always been my
preferred way of accessing mail.
I really don't have any idea as to why these things are happening
with Thunderbird. There may be things happening behind my back, so
to speak, but I am truly unaware of them. In other words, I'm not
aware of any viruses or malware on my system that might be causing
these apparent anomalies <smile>.
Anyway, you have probably already addressed this particular issue
by now. I really should have looked. But really, thanks so much
for your help, even on the other list.
I really don't know why I can't get out of conversation mode.
Even went to our good friend Google, but got no satisfactory
On 5/3/2022 10:14 AM, Gene wrote:
I don't see why the attachment would cause the problem. I
suggested removing it because at times, seemingly irrational
As far as seeing messages in a different window is concerned, I
don't see why that would cause what you are describing, but in
another message, after I find it, I'll explain how to change a
setting to have all messages display in the same window.
On 5/3/2022 6:31 AM, Larry Higgins
Gene, I never managed to get the Thunderbird addon installed,
but did get the columns addon installed for NVDA, and it really
looked like I had something. At least I had the read and unread
labels set at the beginning of the message columns presentation.
Now I can't be sure that might have had nothing to do with it,
but at the time, it didn't appear so.
Now my messages are opening up in another window, and in that
setting, I have quite a bit of screen clutter, but at least I
can read my mail.
I am using the reply to all option on the messages web page
looking presentation in that window to send this reply.
Thank God I'm not completely out of the saddle, but it just
isn't anything like the way I prefer my environment to look like
Hopefully I have given you and anyone else who could add some
helpful suggestions enough details to work with.
And yes, I was considering uninstalling the whole program.
I was reading an article going back to 2013 suggesting that one
in this circumstance could uninstall a couple of settings and
configuration files, but considering the changes that
Thunderbird goes through over time, I'm definitely hesitant to
do any of that.
Surely there has to be a way.
BTW, I really don't wish to discuss this topic here on this
list, especially due to the fact that this is probably not even
close to an NVDA issue, so if any of you could just send
suggestions to the address below, that would most likely be
preferable to all concerned.
Thanks a bunch,
On 5/3/2022 12:01 AM, Gene wrote:
I doubt that uninstalling and
reinstalling Thunderbird would solve the problem unless you do
more than just a typical uninstallation. Thunderbird, as do
most programs now, save settings when uninstalled in case the
user wants to install and use the program again. If this is a
settings problem, uninstalling and reinstalling should not
If the wrong add-on has been placed in the program, it may be
that uninstalling and reinstalling the program would solve the
problem. That may uninstall the add-on. But if you are using
a POP3 account, would you lose the e-mail stored in the
program? I don't know but if you don't want to take a chance,
don't uninstall it until you find out.
You could try uninstalling the add-on just to see if that