0

I recently switched from Thunderbird to SeaMonkey, and I like everything about it, except for 1 thing.

In the Composition tab, where all DEFAULT settings for ALL new emails are listed, the background color of our stationary is NOT LISTED.

I am aware that one can manually style and color each-and-every-single-new-email, but that is not my question for this post.

My question for this post is, if there is a way to override the default color palette of SeaMonkey, with my own color RGB values?

In other words, where in the program code are these 70 RGB values to be found, which I can dive into and manually change with NotePad++ for example? Thanks!

:)

enter image description here

Your Answer

By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you agree to our terms of service, privacy policy and cookie policy

Browse other questions tagged or ask your own question.