Seamonkey Issue - OS2

This is a discussion on Seamonkey Issue - OS2 ; Running Seamonkey 1.0.5 and I tried to add a pix in the background (for outgoing e-mails)to be displayed via -------------------- Prefs Composer New Page Settings Background Image (location C:\blah\blah.jpg and selected background colors off and restarted SM ---------------------------------------- But the ...

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  1. Seamonkey Issue

    Running Seamonkey 1.0.5

    and I tried to add a pix in the background (for outgoing e-mails)to be
    displayed via
    --------------------
    Prefs
    Composer
    New Page Settings
    Background Image (location C:\blah\blah.jpg

    and selected background colors off

    and restarted SM
    ----------------------------------------
    But the image fails to show while using the composer

    What else is missing that I didn't do ?

    Rice

  2. Re: Seamonkey Issue

    On Thu, 4 Jan 2007 02:11:28 UTC, rice wrote:

    > Running Seamonkey 1.0.5
    >
    > and I tried to add a pix in the background (for outgoing e-mails)to be
    > displayed via
    > --------------------
    > Prefs
    > Composer
    > New Page Settings
    > Background Image (location C:\blah\blah.jpg
    >
    > and selected background colors off
    >
    > and restarted SM
    > ----------------------------------------
    > But the image fails to show while using the composer
    >
    > What else is missing that I didn't do ?


    Don't know if you can easily do what you want. The setting that you
    quoted above is for the web page composer not the mail composer.
    --
    Greetings, | My From: address is valid as is the version without "spam"
    Peter. | I try to find real messages among the spam once a week


  3. Re: Seamonkey Issue

    Don't know if you can easily do what you want. The setting that you
    quoted above is for the web page composer not the mail composer.

    You're right - thanks for the info

  4. Re: Seamonkey Issue

    rice wrote:
    > and I tried to add a pix in the background (for outgoing e-mails)


    Why would you want to? Certainly here it would be sent to the bit
    bucket as spam.

    Ted

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