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went back to 'old' mail but it's still new, can't change the tiny tiny font38th ranked
Best idea is to go back to my old format. HATE this new format.This is going backwards NOT an improvement!!!!!! If you don't go back, I will be leaving for another email!!!! maybe you don't care - you obviously don't care since after all the complaints you still don't go back to the old format!!! good bye42nd ranked
Why would you take away basic features like bold or underline or colors or font size, etc. These are basic features of every system, except now, yours. Make your designers actually use AOL for their email, and they will soon see how non-user friendly they have made it.48th ranked
Tried the new format. Big Issues:
I cannot separate paragraphs with a double space between them.
The entire email has sentences without any formatting at all.
Impossible to create a Full Screen version of an email. This fault makes it a headache to compose a longer business email. It also makes it challenging to read a complex incoming email. Not worth the effort if it's not corrected.
I reduced the font for the opening screen for my email lists. A few more emails were then visible, but not enough to save me from endlessly scrolling down to find important emails.…
I agree with the many negative comments I see here about such things as font size. One not mentioned is that sometimes your attempt to check a box on a message fails. When you attempt to delete that message, the system asks if you want to delete all messages in the inbox. That is just stupid. The old system tells you that no boxes were checked. It didn't threaten nuclear war. Why not just ask if we want to reformat the hard drive??150th ranked
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