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  2. CONF-20089

Daily digest email shows text 'Page' and 'Blog post' intead of icons

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      CONF-19230 is not completely fixed.

      The digest email should have icons representing whether the content is a page or a blog post.

      In 3.3-beta3, it is just showing text. See screenshot.

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          Niraj Bhawnani [Atlassian] added a comment -

          Implemented. When testing you may need to clear your cache first.

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          Niraj Bhawnani [Atlassian] added a comment - Implemented. When testing you may need to clear your cache first.
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          Mark Hrynczak [Atlassian] added a comment -

          Since the upgrade of EAC to 3.3-rc1, the digest emails now have both the text and the icons, overlapping, which looks really bad.

          See screenshot. I am using Thunderbird to view email content - the text looks OK in Gmail.

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          Mark Hrynczak [Atlassian] added a comment - Since the upgrade of EAC to 3.3-rc1, the digest emails now have both the text and the icons, overlapping, which looks really bad. See screenshot. I am using Thunderbird to view email content - the text looks OK in Gmail.
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          Niraj Bhawnani [Atlassian] added a comment - - edited

          Is it possible to send me the source code of that e-mail? (Press Ctrl+U in Thunderbird) You can attach it here. Also, what version of Thunderbird are you using? Is it an e-mail generated by rc1 or an existing e-mail?

          I am using Thunderbird 3.0.4 and I see the e-mail fine. Initially I see only the text and after clicking on "show images" (or something similar) it loads the CSS which causes it to display images instead of the text.

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          Niraj Bhawnani [Atlassian] added a comment - - edited Is it possible to send me the source code of that e-mail? (Press Ctrl+U in Thunderbird) You can attach it here. Also, what version of Thunderbird are you using? Is it an e-mail generated by rc1 or an existing e-mail? I am using Thunderbird 3.0.4 and I see the e-mail fine. Initially I see only the text and after clicking on "show images" (or something similar) it loads the CSS which causes it to display images instead of the text.
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          Niraj Bhawnani [Atlassian] added a comment -

          Looked into this. It turns out that Thunderbird 2.x uses the same rendering engine as Firefox 2.x, which is unsupported as of Confluence 3.2. The same thing is seen wherever there are icons when browsing Confluence with Firefox 2.x. I've asked Sherif and Jonathan for their input on what we should do about Thunderbird 2 support and whether we need a separate e-mail client support matrix.

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          Niraj Bhawnani [Atlassian] added a comment - Looked into this. It turns out that Thunderbird 2.x uses the same rendering engine as Firefox 2.x, which is unsupported as of Confluence 3.2. The same thing is seen wherever there are icons when browsing Confluence with Firefox 2.x. I've asked Sherif and Jonathan for their input on what we should do about Thunderbird 2 support and whether we need a separate e-mail client support matrix.
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          David Taylor [Atlassian] added a comment -

          @Mark - Further on the email client issue - I see in your email source that the CSS link is to:
          https://extranet.atlassian.com/s/1909/59/59/_/styles/combined.css?forWysiwyg=true

          If I follow that link I get:

                      @import url('/s/1909/59/1/_/download/resources/confluence.web.resources:master-styles/master.css');
                      @import url('/s/1909/59/1/_/download/resources/confluence.web.resources:master-styles/wiki-content.css');
                      @import url('/s/1909/59/1/_/download/resources/confluence.web.resources:master-styles/tables.css');
                      @import url('/s/1909/59/1/_/download/resources/confluence.web.resources:master-styles/panels.css');
                      @import url('/s/1909/59/1/_/download/resources/confluence.web.resources:master-styles/renderer-macros.css');
                      @import url('/s/1909/59/1/_/download/resources/confluence.web.resources:master-styles/information-macros.css');
                      @import url('/s/1909/59/1/_/download/resources/confluence.web.resources:master-styles/layout-macros.css');
                      @import url('/s/1909/59/1/_/download/resources/confluence.web.resources:master-styles/icons.css');
              
          @import url('/s/1909/59/59/_/styles/colors.css?spaceKey=');
          
              /* Including stylesheet [ name='default-theme.css', location='classpath:/includes/css/default-theme.css' ] */
                      @import url('/s/1909/59/1/_/download/resources/com.atlassian.confluence.themes.default:styles/default-theme.css');
              
          @import url('/s/1909/59/59/_/styles/custom.css?spaceKey=');
          

          ... which includes the icons.css that fixes the bug. If you can get your client to load that version of the combined.css and you still don't see icons, then it's Niraj's fault : )

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          David Taylor [Atlassian] added a comment - @Mark - Further on the email client issue - I see in your email source that the CSS link is to: https://extranet.atlassian.com/s/1909/59/59/_/styles/combined.css?forWysiwyg=true If I follow that link I get: @ import url('/s/1909/59/1/_/download/resources/confluence.web.resources:master-styles/master.css'); @ import url('/s/1909/59/1/_/download/resources/confluence.web.resources:master-styles/wiki-content.css'); @ import url('/s/1909/59/1/_/download/resources/confluence.web.resources:master-styles/tables.css'); @ import url('/s/1909/59/1/_/download/resources/confluence.web.resources:master-styles/panels.css'); @ import url('/s/1909/59/1/_/download/resources/confluence.web.resources:master-styles/renderer-macros.css'); @ import url('/s/1909/59/1/_/download/resources/confluence.web.resources:master-styles/information-macros.css'); @ import url('/s/1909/59/1/_/download/resources/confluence.web.resources:master-styles/layout-macros.css'); @ import url('/s/1909/59/1/_/download/resources/confluence.web.resources:master-styles/icons.css'); @ import url('/s/1909/59/59/_/styles/colors.css?spaceKey='); /* Including stylesheet [ name=' default -theme.css', location='classpath:/includes/css/ default -theme.css' ] */ @ import url('/s/1909/59/1/_/download/resources/com.atlassian.confluence.themes. default :styles/ default -theme.css'); @ import url('/s/1909/59/59/_/styles/custom.css?spaceKey='); ... which includes the icons.css that fixes the bug. If you can get your client to load that version of the combined.css and you still don't see icons, then it's Niraj's fault : )
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          Mark Hrynczak [Atlassian] added a comment -

          David - I do get the icons, but they overlap with the text. Check the screenshot.

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          Mark Hrynczak [Atlassian] added a comment - David - I do get the icons, but they overlap with the text. Check the screenshot.
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          Niraj Bhawnani [Atlassian] added a comment - - edited

          Support for Thunderbird 2.x.x and Outlook 2003 have been dropped, so this is being closed as "Won't Fix".

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          Niraj Bhawnani [Atlassian] added a comment - - edited Support for Thunderbird 2.x.x and Outlook 2003 have been dropped, so this is being closed as "Won't Fix".

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