Is it possible to undo the v8 Design to v7? I really don’t like that wide space between the folders; I have to scroll in the view, which I never had to do before. It’s not very practical and slows down my work, when I have to scroll around to find folders.
Also what about this “more”-folders? I have important folders in there and I do not want those “more”-view, I just wanna see the folders as they are and not open a “more”-folder before seeing my folders!
If anyone can help me, I would be really thankful. Otherwise I’ll consider choosing another mailclient, als this really slows down my work
For those folders that meet your criteria, right-click the folder and choose SHOW or SHOW if UNREAD…
Aaaaah, thank you soooo much, sunriseal! When I choose “SHOW” with all of them, the “more”-folder simply dissapears. Much happier with that!!
With almost 100 folders, my happiness is triggered by the SHOW if UNREAD… educes the clutter somewhat and the scrolling.
But regardless, glad to help!
@Roe_Rainrunner I’ve used the same approach on Show/Hide as @sunriseal (in fact he was one of the users here who kindly pointed it out to me!) Very useful. In fact Show/Hide was there in v7 but since set to ‘Show’ by default for all folders, so I never realised it or the ‘More’ grouping existed!
If I understand your other concern - about distancing between folders - you can try adjusting folder lists row height at Menu > Tools > Settings > Appearance > Row Dimensions.
Below is the setting in v7 but I recall it was similar in v8 when I tried it!
Yeah in V8 though the pathway is just Menu > Settings > Appearance > Row Dimensions (without the “Tools” part
Thanks, @Hope777 . I assume the v8 online help system is still (as it was a few weeks ago) so far behind the actual versions; otherwise I could check these things before I post.
That’s just great, you guys are awsome! This is so much better now!
eM-Client is my favorit mailclient so far and I was really concerned that I would not be satisfied with it anymore.
But here we go!
Have a great evening (or day, wherever you are)