This is a discussion on Re: Right-click context menu in Thunderbird [Read/UnRead] - Mozilla ; On Nov 26, 2:01*am, "Moz Champion (Dan)" wrote: > LEHenryJr wrote: > > Guys, > > When reading messages in Thunderbird, I understand it has it's toggle > > options in the context menu [when you right-click], but can you ...
On Nov 26, 2:01*am, "Moz Champion (Dan)"
> LEHenryJr wrote:
> > Guys,
> > When reading messages in Thunderbird, I understand it has it's toggle
> > options in the context menu [when you right-click], but can you simply
> > add a option in the menu for both options [Mark as Read or Mark as UnRead]?
> > The option in Thunderbird is kinda like the start button in windows;
> > pressing Start to 'logout' is not the politically correct.
> > Is there an extension or a modification that can be made to Thunderbird
> > to make this a little more clear?
> > I hope I have explained this well enough.
> > thank you in advance
> > ------------------------------
> > LEHenryJr.
> > Thunderbird / Vista 64
> > Version 220.127.116.11 (20080914)
> In the context menu
> If the message is marked read (as it usually is)
Mark-->V As Read * *(thats a checkmark there not a V)
> indicating that the message is already marked read
> selecting it again, will mark the message unread
> If the message is marked unread then
Mark-->As Read *appears (no checkmark)
> There are other means of accomplishing the same task as well
> Using the Mark button in the toolbar is the same toggle
> (if read, mark makes it unread)
> Or you can use the keyboard shortcut M
> as well, this is a toggle, using it on a read message will make it unread..
> Use the M key (or the Mark button) when you what to mark a message
> unread. In this means, you become accustomed to it and it becomes the
> UNmark key or button in essence. *Simpler than the right click menu
> selection as well.
BTW "j" toggles "junk" the same way.