Configure columns is Tasks

When I add additional columns to Tasks list pane, are not saved and all added columns are lost when closing Thunderbird. Every time I restart Thunderbird 68.10.0 only the… (read more)

When I add additional columns to Tasks list pane, are not saved and all added columns are lost when closing Thunderbird.

Every time I restart Thunderbird 68.10.0 only the default columns are shown again.

Is that the normal behavior or a problem with my Thunderbird?

Asked by troglo 23 hours ago

Lightning Calendar: 3 priority levels vs. Eisenhower principle

Dear folks, there are three priority levels and the possibility of leaving it not specified in Lightning Calendar. Tasks with unspecified priority are shown in the task l… (read more)

Dear folks, there are three priority levels and the possibility of leaving it not specified in Lightning Calendar. Tasks with unspecified priority are shown in the task list on the same level as medium priority. My Problem: i would like to use the Eisenhower principle with

   important: yes / no     and
   urgent: yes / no

so that i need four levels instead of three. Does anyone see a possibility to implement this?

Kind regards, Eva

Asked by eva_lamparter 23 hours ago

New Calendar > CalDAV > Calendar stays greyed out

Hi Not new to Firefox and previously Thunderbird, now back to the new Thunderbird, but direct a weird Calendar problem. The solutions I found on the web doesn't work. … (read more)

Hi

Not new to Firefox and previously Thunderbird, now back to the new Thunderbird, but direct a weird Calendar problem. The solutions I found on the web doesn't work.


What I have: - macOS Catalina 10.15.4 - Nextcloud 18 + latest Calendar app - Thunderbird 68.10.0 (64-bit) - Lightning 68.10.0 With Thunderbird 68.9.x and Lightning 68.9.x same problem.

What I try: - Create a CalDAV Calendar: Calendar > New Calendar > On the Network > CalDAV > Username (correct) + Location: https://www.MYDOMAIN.com/cloud/remote.php/dav/principals/users/USERNAME/CALENDARNAME - Then I enter the Nextcloud app password and let save it in the Thunderbird password manager, no master password for now.

What I get: - Your calendar is created. > Done > Calendar is direct 'greyed out'. - When i click on that calendar and 'Switch this calendar on' > OK, calendar gets direct again 'greyed out'. - I use the same calendar settings and thus work in the macOS Calendar app.

What I have tried: - Older versions from Thunderbird and Lightning. - Reinstall Thunderbird and Lightning, tighter and separated. - Disable and Enable Lightning. - Always deleted all Mozilla and Thunderbird system files and reinstall.

After a day and a half I am out of ideas, thanks for help.

Regards Bart

Asked by bartatmozilla 1 minute ago