"Jorge G. Mare" <koki@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: [...] > When sending emails, this menu is actually very convenient, as it > allows > you to set the encoding of the message to other than the default, > something that can be very frequent if you write in two languages > that > require different encoding (this is not limited to only Japanese). In > this scenario, I would prefer if the drop-down many stayed where it > is, > rather than have to dig into a menu. Out of curiosity: why not just use UTF-8 and be done with it? > In conclusion: if moving the drop-down menu out of sight solves some > sort of problem, then I suppose the user could live with the move at > the > cost of some extra inconvenience. But if it's just being moved for > cosmetic reasons, then I would be for keeping the menu where it is. It's a bit of both - the "from" field is usually not visible completely because of the encoding menu. And since the encoding/decoding isn't really that useful for the general user, it would be a good candidate to make more room for the "from" field which everyone uses. Besides that, it could always be made an option, too, if enough interest is there. Bye, Axel.