Allow HTML temporary 0.5.3
Allow HTML temporary is a Thunderbird extension that allows to have HTML temporary enabled/allowed in the selected message by only on
Allow HTML temporary is a Thunderbird extension that allows to have HTML temporary enabled/allowed in the selected message by only one click.
When switching to another message, it'll be shown automatically again in plaintext or simple html mode (if this is your default mode).
It isn't necessary to switch back using the menu - so no more click is necessary.
Thunderbird 1.0 - 2.0.0.* ALL
What's New in This Release:
Added Seamonkey support
Added submenu items "reply", "reply all", "forward", "printpreview" and "print...". By default these items are loading HTML and do what they are intended to do.
Added SHIFT+click, STRG+click and SHIFT+STRG+click for the button and relevant submenu functions
STRG+click the button = load HTML and remote content
SHIFT+click submenu items reply/reply all/forward = compose in HTML mode (and vice versa - same behaviour as standard compose button)
STRG+SHIFT+click submenu items reply/reply all/forward = compose in HTML mode (and vice versa - same behaviour as standard compose button) and load remote content
STRG+click submenu items print.../printpreview = print/printpreview with remote content
strg click submenu items shift click click submenu all forward reply all html mode items reply reply reply remote content versa same same behaviour print printpreview
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