I've *basically* turned 's web client into a webapp version of . I've got all the UI hidden and use it 99% with keyboard commands.

It's not for everyone, but I'm really enjoying it—and I love that their custom CSS is flexible enough to let me do so.

Anyone else both use Proton Mail and crazy enough to want this? I'm trying to decide if I should throw it up on Git.

Ok, due to overwhelming popular demand (aka, at least one person sounded interested), I've released , the theme for .

With this custom CSS, you can have all the joy of using a command-line email client right from the minimalistic comfort of you JavaScript web app. Why you'd *want* that is anyone's guess—maybe there's something deeply wrong with you.

In any event, it's the theme I use every day, so feel free to help yourself.

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@codesections I've yet to try #ProtonMail - what's the 30k foot view to use it in your opinion?


Well, the *pitch* for is usually that it's end-to-end encrypted (if you trust in-browser javascript-based encryption) for other protonMail users. But that's not why I'm a user.

I wanted something where the provider isn't spying on me, supports custom domains, is relatively inexpensive, has a good webmail client and mobile app, and supports desktop clients on Linux. The lowest paid tier for protonMail checks all those boxes.

@codesections oooh that is indeed a thing of perverted beauty. I will probably stick to neomutt/bridge/mbsync for now, but just the knowledge that this exists gives a weird kind of satisfaction

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