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19 Mar, 2018 06:56 PM
Now, I am pretty sure it worked at some point, but it is difficult to say what exactly triggered change in behaviour. It could have been new OS (I upgraded to 10.13), configuration changes or new Airmail beta version (I have the latest one, 3.5.5).
in any case, what happens is that when I send Markdown e-mail, it is displayed differently compared to what I see when I compose it. All custom CSS Airmail applies is gone, I see basic HTML rendering which does provide some fallback for Airmail markup such as <code>, but it is surely not as nice as expected with all CSS.
When I look at the message source, I still see all CSS there as expected. Other client display it or ignore depending on specific client's configuration (e.g., Gmail displays Airmail markup rather nicely). Therefore, while some of the people I correspond with do see proper formatting, I don't. Which is embarrassing.
The strange thing is, sometimes , then I respond to some type of messages, it is displayed correctly. I looked at the HTML source, and I can't see any difference, it is same markdown styles embedded into HTML with CSS. Something triggers Airmail to respect CSS in some situation and ignore otherwise.
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