Wednesday, April 19, 2006

CustomizeGoogle adds more Gmail features

Two new features for Gmail are included in the latest release of the CustomizeGoogle extension. Now you can easily hide the Gmail spam counter and use a fixed font when reading your mail. Follow the links for more information.

This CustomizeGoogle update also includes an option to secure the new Google Calendar (force https).

All new features are disabled by default. You can find more information at Feel free to discuss the new features.


Blogger Juan said...

There's posibilities to add an option to hide the gmail invites and tags?

8:07 PM  
Blogger Simon said...

In the main GMail page there is a link to the calendar on the top left of the screen. This link does not get changed to https://.

When you click on it, you eventually get an https:// page. However, some of the data are transfered without HTTPS which defeats the purpose. Is it possible to change the link within the GMail page to

7:16 PM  
Blogger Prasanna said...

It would be nice to have save button linking to google bookmarks rather thatn google reader

9:38 AM  
Blogger Mike said...

I like the fixed message font. Any chance you can make the font in the send message text area fixed as well?

3:08 PM  
Blogger Mat & Kat said...

I think there might be a bug in the Gmail font feature - I found that it was enabled by default even though the box wasn't checked. And I'm not the only person with this problem - Google groups thread.

11:11 PM  
Blogger Laura said...

I've been having trouble accessing my Gmail when I have the https option clicked. It used to work fine, now it just gets stuck at the loading page. I updated the extension, but I'm having the same problem. Has anyone else experienced this?

I'm sorry if this isn't the proper forum to post my question...and btw, I love CustomizeGoogle. just wondering if there's any way to fix my secure gmail situation?

Thanks, Laura

8:22 PM  
Blogger 竖着走的笨螃蟹 said...

hi....why after i installed the extension. my google search history stoped to work?

9:09 PM  
Blogger Rene L. said...

Now that is publicly usable with a simple Google account, it would be nice to include it as supported CustomizeGoogle feature.

Best regards,

8:08 AM  
Blogger Marc said...

I like the fixed font option for GMail. But it doesn’t work for GMail’s Print options.

8:05 AM  

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