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    0 comments  ·  Proton Mail » New feature  ·  Admin →
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    Twip commented  · 

    Much need in the Android app at least, use cases:

    - some people somehow like to send emails typed in a fancy cursive font, reduced to a tiny and unreadable size in Android (had to copy and paste in my notes app to read it)

    - some html newletters are incorrectly displayed in dark mode when a colored background is applied in the email embedded html, i.e. text switches to white because of dark mode, but an html yellow background is left unchanged

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    Twip commented  · 

    Recently been switching back and forth from a Windows laptop when away from home to my Linux desktop computer while working on multiple files. The Windows desktop app helps a lot, and now I would love not to have to sync manually from/to the web app when on Linux since it's my main environment.

    Not sure I want to delve into the Rclone workaround for now. I guess an official and documented Proton support for Rclone would work for me until we get an actual desktop app.

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    Twip commented  · 

    Agree, browsing emails is really tedious. A quick fix (at least UX-wise, i.e. not requiring to add extra buttons) would be to allow swiping the subject area left or right to browse emails.

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