Hi- I'm working on a responsive email that utilizes the beloved "gmail app hack" that uses min-width to force a message to display at full width rather than the smooshed-almost-responsive design that gmail usually produces.

In my latest version of gmail upgrade (March 13) it looks like that hack is no longer working.

Instead, gmail is removing the hack completely and showing you the smoosh-almost-responsive design instead with an ominous grey bar at the top that reads "This message has been modified to fit your screen. Tap here to show original."

Is anyone else seeing this or stumbled upon a way to force it?

Here's the code I'm using: (removed the spacer image info, but you get the gist)

                <tr align="left" valign="top">
              <td width="585" align="left" valign="top" style="line-height:5px; height:5px; min-width: 585px;" class="hide"><img src="removing_url/spacer.gif" width="585" height="1" style="max-height:5px; min-height:5px; display:block; width:585px; min-width:585px;" border="0" class="hide">