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Thunderbird menu on OSX doesn't do anything. How do I close it other than "Force close"?

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I just updated to Thunderbird 68.4.1. Now nothing in the Thunderbird menu works: I can't even quit with choosing "Force Quit..." from the Apple menu.

I am on MacOS 10.13.6

I just updated to Thunderbird 68.4.1. Now nothing in the Thunderbird menu works: I can't even quit with choosing "Force Quit..." from the Apple menu. I am on MacOS 10.13.6
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Just to clarify: the other menus (File, Edit, View, etc.) are all fine. It's only the main "Thunderbird" menu that doesn't seem to do anything. And "Command-Q" works, so I have an alternative to "Force quit...". However, "Command-H" doesn't hide it, it just makes the Thunderbird menu flash.

Just to clarify: the other menus (File, Edit, View, etc.) are all fine. It's only the main "Thunderbird" menu that doesn't seem to do anything. And "Command-Q" works, so I have an alternative to "Force quit...". However, "Command-H" doesn't hide it, it just makes the Thunderbird menu flash.
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The same thing exactly is happening to mine following an upgrade I am on 10.15.2 OSX and 68.4.1 on Thunderbird.

The same thing exactly is happening to mine following an upgrade I am on 10.15.2 OSX and 68.4.1 on Thunderbird.
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I've reported this as a bug now: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1608893

I've reported this as a bug now: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1608893
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Great thank you

Great thank you
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