I have the Asus C302. My main gripe with Chromeos and Android is the lack of any decent email clients.
I managed to install the latest Thunderbird. The automatic install failed but allowed me to access the wine explorer and install the exe file which I had previously downloaded for Thunderbird website. It seems to work well so far.
My only issue now is that 2 finger scrolling does not work. So this makes it quite difficult to navigate.
Any idea if there is a solution to this?
I may have to stock with crouton until this is supported.
I look forward to watching this amazing app mature and buying the stable version when released. Keep up the good work.
Posted 2017-08-25 17:13
· edited by Andrew Craig on 2017-08-25 17:15
I'm running eM Client 7, and it seems to work well. I can use the touchscreen as well as two-finger scrolling on the pad, though the touchscreen is better for scrolling (if the cursor is not in the correct position when using two-finger scrolling, you can have interesting things happen).
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