Hello Martin

(cc-ing dev mailing list as this answer might be of a common interest)

Roundcube skins define a number of named containers which can be used to
add custom elements from plugins. Seek the skin templates
for <roundcube:container ..> tags to locate them.

For the compose screen, there's the 'composeoptions' container which is
probably the one you want. The plugin API wiki describes how to add
elements to such containers:


Using JavaScript, this could look like this:

  var menu = $('<select>')...
  rcmail.add_element(menu, 'composeoptions');

You can also add elements to containers with PHP when the view template is

  $menu = new html_select(array('name' => 'xxx'));
  $menu->add(array(/* add options here */));
    html::span('composeoption', html::label(null, $menu->show() .

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Kind regards,

On Wed, May 17, 2017 at 1:16 PM, Martin Landhage <martin.landh...@gmail.com>

> This is what I'm trying to archive.
> Regards
> Martin
> 2017-05-17 13:13 GMT+02:00 Martin Landhage <martin.landh...@gmail.com>:
>> Hello !
>> I have been struggling some time now to make a menu in compose area, but
>> I have not been very successful.
>> First I did a version that adds the menu in settings area that worked
>> quite well. But the customer was not happy with that.
>> Then I have been struggling with diffrent solutions and no one really
>> worked for me.
>> The best solution I have seen is for Enigma plugin. But it's only working
>> in Classic skin and ONLY for Enigma.
>> I have to use Roundcube 1.1.4.
>> Any good ideas ?
>> To unpack the file, add .tar.gz
>> Regards
>> Martin Landhage
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