[Rtir] Fonts & Unfolding of email-headers?
jan.meijer at surfnet.nl
Wed Mar 10 09:56:16 EST 2004
On Wed, 10 Mar 2004, Przemek Jaroszewski wrote:
> On Wed, 10 Mar 2004, Jan Meijer wrote:
> > -When looking at an incident report the body of a mail is displayed using a
> > proportional font. This can severely screw up the layout of formatted tables
> > (like logging). Is there a sane way to change the font *only* for the email?
> Ok, this hasn't really bothered me so far, but seems to be easy to fix:
> I can see this: <span class="message"></span> around the message, so
> playing with the SPAN.message style in NoAuth/webrt.css file should do the
> Btw. All "design" of RT interface is css-based which is *really* handy :)
That I knew. But finding the right knob to turn is something different ;).
Right. For others that might want to change this: change it in
/usr/local/rt3/share/html/NoAuth/webrt.css (or /opt if you're using something
other then FreeBSD) and change the value to:
font-family: Courier New, Courier, monospace;
the monospace is the default font in case your client does not support Courer
New. According to our CSS person monospace is the standardized font for that
> > -When all emailheaders are shown the headers are unfolded. Because apparently
> > the headers dictate the width of the page; this causes other blocks of
> > information to be moved 'out-of-screen' resulting in an increase of left-right
> > scrolling. Is there anything I can do about this?
> Yup, this is ugly. Can't think of an obvious way to solve it just yet.
> Will let you know when I take another look at the code.
and many thanks :).
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