TreeChildrenHeight50OrDottedTreeCell Version History

6 versions

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Version 2.7 7.0 KiB Works with Thunderbird 78.0 - *

Version 2.7.

Same function buttons which were divided for thread tree and calendar task tree apart were integrated to one button.

April 23rd 2021.

From Sungho Hwang.

Version 2.4 7.2 KiB Works with Thunderbird 78.0 - *

Version 2.4.

1) COMPLETED of calendar task tree columns was changed in size to 20px.
2) If dotted/none tree cell action is not run, please, follow 3), 4).
3) Return to the previous state in clicking high or low button.
4) Click Dotted/None button again.

March 16th 2021.

From Sungho Hwang.

Version 2.2 7.2 KiB Works with Thunderbird 78.0 - *

Version 2.2.

I added dotted tree cell option.

March 14th 2021.

From Sungho Hwang.

Version 1.8 6.8 KiB Works with Thunderbird 78.0 - *

Version 1.8.

1) Large/small font sizes are added for thread tree.
2) Large/small font sizes are added for calendar task tree.

December 13th 2020.

From Sungho Hwang.

Version 1.7 6.4 KiB Works with Thunderbird 78.0 - *

Version 1.7.

1) When this add-on is disabled/removed from Add-ons Manager, defaults are restored.
2) I fixed bug that button events were not run if clicking wrong buttons not as expected.

December 9th 2020.

From Sungho Hwang.

Version 1.6 6.1 KiB Works with Thunderbird 78.0 - *

This add-on is to view tree children height larger than those of the default.

Sometimes, I have thought that spacial distances of tree rows in thread and calendar task trees were dense. So, I decided that I made the function which let spaces between up and down sides of tree rows wider than the default. Of course, I placed the option of restoring the default state. This idea was from Outlook. I like Outlook, but I love Thunderbird. I think that Thunderbird is top email and calendar management application which is the advancing lead model as standard and impact.


November 14th 2020.

From Sungho Hwang.