Need a "keyboard shortcut" to change selected text's "text color" in Gmail replies


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I use the GMail web interface, in Firefox, for all my email needs.

I frequently change the color of text that I quoted from the Sender in my GMail replies.

Example:

Hi,

You wrote,
". . . a;sdkfjasl;fkjasl;kfj . . . ,"

and I just want to say that I agree totally.


I'm having to select the Sender's text and then mouse & click to change its color.

I need a keyboard shortcut to change selected text to, say, black, from my default
color of blue.

Ideas?

Thanks!
 
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Cory Cooper

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Hello,

Sorry for the delay in response...

I don't believe there is a built-in keyboard shortcut for that. You may be able to create an Automator Action/AppleScript for that, but that is above my experience.

Maybe another member will chime in, or you could try the folks over at MacScripter.

C
 

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