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Is there a way to get Thunderbird to default open to the calendar tab?

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I realize that if Thunderbird is closed in the calendar tab it will open in the same tab next time I just wonder if I am missing some setting that would always default to Thunderbird opening to the calendar tab without my having to close it from that tab?

Thank you for any insight you might have

I realize that if Thunderbird is closed in the calendar tab it will open in the same tab next time I just wonder if I am missing some setting that would always default to Thunderbird opening to the calendar tab without my having to close it from that tab? Thank you for any insight you might have

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guigs 1072 Lösungen 11697 Antworten
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Nope, if you open up calendar tab from Events and Tasks > Calendar, then close Thunderbird and open it back up the calendar will be there.

There is also a nifty tab switcher I like to use. Hope this helps!

Nope, if you open up calendar tab from Events and Tasks > Calendar, then close Thunderbird and open it back up the calendar will be there. There is also a nifty tab switcher I like to use. Hope this helps!
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I only have mail and calendar tabs so switching is not a problem it's more a problem of "out of sight out of mind" for me. So it would be nice if I could click an option to always open Thunderbird in the calender tab regardless of where I closed it last. Similar to "tools/options/general" buttons. Thank you for the response.

I only have mail and calendar tabs so switching is not a problem it's more a problem of "out of sight out of mind" for me. So it would be nice if I could click an option to always open Thunderbird in the calender tab regardless of where I closed it last. Similar to "tools/options/general" buttons. Thank you for the response.