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Bruce Pascoe
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Okay, guys, before you get your hopes up, I'm only posting this because I need to ask a question. I'm not "officially" back yet. Wink

I suppose this question is directed more at John, but if anyone else can correctly answer this for me, go right ahead!

Thunderbird reads from an external file for your signature; there's no option to directly enter one. So is there a way that I can have my signature on my key and still reliably use the file? If the drive letter changes, the absolute path that Thunderbird puts in the box after selecting a file will no longer work. I realize that I could probably manually enter a relative path; however, I'm not sure what it would be relative to, if it would even work.

Anyway who can answer this for me?

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Use "Signature Switch": http://www.achimonline.de/mozext/signatureswitch_about.php
This extension allows you to set the path to your signature(s) relative.

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Bruce Pascoe
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Thanks!

But that still doesn't answer the question of what directory it's relative to. I need that information in order to set a relative path.

Edit: That didn't work. I tried putting in a relative path for a signature, and then the option for that signature in the SigSwitch menu was disabled. And putting a relative path in Thunderbird's options doesn't work right either, since TB automatically converts it to an absolute path. Bah.

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