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How can I disable sender profile pictures?

To hide sender profile pictures from each line of the message list, open the menu Settings Other  → Other, turn off show contact profile pictures, and save changes.

How can I copy a message from the error console?

Information from the error console can help resolve a technical problem with your mailbox caused by software conflicts (browsers, extensions and addons, firewalls, antivirus or other programs).

Chromium-based browsers (Yandex.Browser, Google Chrome) To open the error console: Use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl  + Shift  + I or choose Tools  → Developer tools in the menu. Go to the Console tab. Go to the Filter  → Errors menu. Perform actions that cause the error. If any messages appear in Errors , expand the window to fit the entire screen and take a screenshot of the contents. Take several screenshots if you need to scroll down to view the entire contents. For additional information, you can also take a screenshot of Network contents.

Internet Explorer 8 and higher To open the error console: Press the F12 button or select menu option Developer tools . Go to the Console tab. Right-click the mouse in any area of the console and disable the options Warnings , Messages and Log . Leave the Errors option selected. Perform actions that cause the error. If any messages appear in the console, right-click the mouse in any area of the right column and choose Copy all .

Mozilla Firefox To open the error console, press the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + Shift + J or click in the upper right-hand corner and select the menu option Web development  → Browser console . Make sure that the Errors option is checked in all tabs — click the icon in each tab. Attention. Clicking the name of the tab rather than the icon disables error checking. Make sure that error checking is enabled (the tab is blue). Perform actions that cause the error. If any messages appear in the console window, expand the window to fit the entire screen and take a screenshot of the contents. Take several screenshots if you need to scroll down to view the entire contents.

Opera Open the error console. Click the Opera button in the top-left corner and select More tools  → Enable developer tools . To open the error console, press Ctrl + Shift + I or go to the menu Developer tools  → Web inspector . In the window that opens, go to Console . To open the error console: Use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl  + Shift  + I or choose Developer tools  → Web inspector in the menu. Go to the Console tab. Go to the Filter  → Errors menu. Perform actions that cause the error. If any messages appear in Errors , expand the window to fit the entire screen and take a screenshot of the contents. Take several screenshots if you need to scroll down to view the entire contents.

Safari Open the error console. To do this, click the icon in the upper-right corner of the screen, open the menu Preferences  → Advanced and select Show Develop menu in menu bar . To open the error console, press Ctrl  + Alt  + C or click in the top-right corner of the screen and choose Develop  → Show error console . In the window that opens, go to Console . Perform actions that cause the error. If any messages appear in Errors , expand the window to fit the entire screen and take a screenshot of the contents. Take several screenshots if you need to scroll down to view the entire contents. For additional information, you can also take a screenshot of Network contents.

Copy and paste in a Linux GUI

Whether you’re using X11 or Wayland as your display server, the standard cut-and-paste methods should work as expected in your Linux window manager.

Copying text

Highlight the selectable text you want to copy, and press Ctrl+C.

Pasting text

Place the mouse cursor where you want to paste the text, then press Ctrl+V.

X11 native methods

If you’re using X11 without a window manager, highlight text (drag cursor with the left mouse button) to copy it to the clipboard. To paste, place the text cursor where you want to paste the text, then middle-click, or press Alt and left-click.

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