Just how can I add some html to my Mail.app trademark?
It's not a massive initiative to experience, yet it does entail a little initiative on your component. I have not attempted this myself (however will certainly attempt it quickly contemporary of passion), yet the standard concept appears to be to make a.webarchive documents and also drag it right into the trademarks choice box.
EDIT : so I went and also attempted this and also it DOES operate in the existing variation of Mail.app, on Snow Leopard. The method is basically ;
a) create a .webarchive of your desired signature.
Remember that any kind of graphics you place in there require to be graphics that are out on the 'open internet', as opposed to referrals to documents by yourself computer system etc I assume it's this little bit that captures a great deal of individuals out.
b) Go into Mail and go through the motions of creating a new signature.
In the Library/Mail/Signatures folder you'll see Mail developing a new documents with a guid - like filename (eg 61F51203 - 5C18 - 4061 - A8EF - F53B17C41476.webarchive ). Take down this filename!
c) Close down mail, and replace the contents of that signature file with your webarchive file.The ideal means of doing that is ;
- paste your webarchive documents right into the very same folder (eg rob.webarchive), after that highlight the new documents that Mail developed and also press return - the filename needs to come to be picked for you.
- Press Apple - C to replicate this filename, and afterwards modify the filename (eg add 'old -' to the front of the name). Press Return to close the 'name editing and enhancing' session.
- Currently select your very own webarchive documents (eg rob.webarchive), and also once more press go back to modify the name. Currently Apple - V in the name you replicated from the first documents, and also press Return to close the editing and enhancing.
d) When you restart Mail, the new signature you've made will be available.
Gotchas include ;
- you're connecting to photos, css documents or whatever that are not readily available on the net.
- you're not composing your message in 'abundant message' kind
But I've simply been via this and also despite the fact that I have no usage whatsoever for a HTML trademark, it does function. : -)