On 02/06/15 11:19, Ted Roche wrote:
What does the flashing notification say?
A flashing text window containing the URL subject name. I find it really
annoying, it would be tolerable if it didn't blink/flash?
It doesn't seem to be an exact match for what you are describing, but
I get a confirmation dialog asking me if I want to use FireFox or
another web browser when I flip this setting:
In Thunderbird, hit the menu "hamburger" icon, then Preferences,
Advanced, Config Editor. Search for:
This may void your Mozilla warranty, fwiw.
No, that doesn't look like the right thing and my warranty expired
immediately after installation!
Thanks, you were the only response so I guess I'm the only one troubled
by the feature,
On Sat, May 30, 2015 at 3:51 PM, Bob Goodwin - Zuni, Virginia, USA
> In Thunderbird, when I click on a URL in a message it does what I expect it
> to and I don't need re-assurance the it has!
> It brings up a flashing notification in the top left corner that I would
> like to eliminate. Does anyone have a fix for that?
> This is an updated F22/64bit system.
> Bob Goodwin - Zuni, Virginia, USA
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