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Big problems after upgrading to TB 68.2 in particular with Lightning

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Hi folks. Windows 10 latest update 10.0.17134.1069 I just did the regular "release channel" upgrade to TB 68.2. The first thing I noticed was that TB had disappeared from where it had been pinned to the Windows taskbar. OK that's back in place. Next thing, much worse, is that the Today Pane was no longer showing. I went to View > Today Pane. That's OK. But both Today Pane and Calendar tab are empty except for Public Holidays! Well in an ideal world I'd go along with that but it's unfortunately not practical. To simplify the problem I have lost both my "home" and my google calendar. On looking more closely I see that the Provider for Google calendar extension has been disabled. I have two things to say: 1. A lot of people use this. I think it would be reasonable to warn people before pushing the 68.2 update. 2. I don't see what that might have to do with losing my "home" calendar which has nothing to do with Google.

Until there's a fix for this I would advise anybody who uses Lightning to very cautious about updating to 68.2.

Hi folks. Windows 10 latest update 10.0.17134.1069 I just did the regular "release channel" upgrade to TB 68.2. The first thing I noticed was that TB had disappeared from where it had been pinned to the Windows taskbar. OK that's back in place. Next thing, much worse, is that the Today Pane was no longer showing. I went to View > Today Pane. That's OK. But both Today Pane and Calendar tab are empty except for Public Holidays! Well in an ideal world I'd go along with that but it's unfortunately not practical. To simplify the problem I have lost both my "home" and my google calendar. On looking more closely I see that the Provider for Google calendar extension has been disabled. I have two things to say: 1. A lot of people use this. I think it would be reasonable to warn people before pushing the 68.2 update. 2. I don't see what that might have to do with losing my "home" calendar which has nothing to do with Google. Until there's a fix for this I would advise anybody who uses Lightning to very cautious about updating to 68.2.