25089Re: [Y-Mail] Too Many versions of Y-Mail
- Jun 22 2:47 PMThank you for the reply; but, it serves no purpose to have messages open at the same time if you can't see them at the same time. I don't use tabbed browsing. If I want to see more than one message at a time, I would open each message in a separate window, then click F10 on my keyboard, then I could see each window at the same time.
Okay, I have found a possible solution to the tab issue. I have added the reading pane to the inbox. For now, the reading pane is on the bottom and the message list is on the top. I can scroll through the text in the reading pane or I can scroll through the messages list. The set up is very similar to how I have my mail.com inbox. I will try this way for a while to see how that goes. Even if it's not a design flaw, it should just be an option instead of a requirement.
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Sent: 06/22/13 02:33 PM
Subject: Re: [Y-Mail] Too Many versions of Y-MailIt's not a design flaw. Rather it's a design decision that allows users to have more than one email open at a time.So clicking on Inbox only means that you want to see your Inbox. Potentially someone might want to open an additional email for some reason, perhaps to compare with the first email. Whatever emails you open from the inbox are opened and available in separate tabs. To close an email, mouse over the tab for that email and click the little x.Note that if you're viewing an email and select to view the next or previous email via the up or down arrows, only the currently viewed email remains open. The others are closed. Separate tabs for each opened email is only accomplished by selecting the email from the inbox.
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