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Where is the calendar now? (something is different lately in Ffox)
I have used a calendar located along the top of my inbox with other tabs for a long time.
Now the other tabs are there, but my calendar is gone.
Any help appreciated.
Wait, hold on, did your bar just go away completely? Look for the grid of 9 little squares to access your Google services. This is the new look rolling out globally.Čítať túto odpoveď v kontexte 👍 3
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Firefox doesn't come with a Calendar and it doesn't have an Inbox. Are those part of a specific webpage? If so, which one.
When I click on Mozilla, I come to my mail (gmail).
I used to have a calendar. Now I don't. What does Mozilla have if it doesn't have calendars and inboxes? How do I get to whoever DOES have the control over the calendar I used to have?
It's a Google service and you know how they love to change the menus...
Or -- was it an iGoogle calendar widget? That could be affected by the planned (imminent?) shutdown of iGoogle. Not sure how to address that.
Sometimes you can revert Google UI changes by clearing all your Google cookies. If you want to try that, finishing anything you're working on, then, while still on a google.com page, try either:
- right-click and choose View Page Info > Security > "View Cookies"
- Alt+t (open the classic Tools menu) > Page Info > Security > "View Cookies"
In the dialog that opens, you can remove Google's cookies individually.
Then try reloading the page and logging in again. Any difference in the menu?
Wait, hold on, did your bar just go away completely? Look for the grid of 9 little squares to access your Google services. This is the new look rolling out globally.
You are wonderful! You had the imagination to consider the context of the mozilla - gmail relationship in today's changes, and offer REAL HELP. Thank you! Vastly more valuable than "firefox doesn't have a calendar." I apologize for not being part of the internet elite -- if I click on the FFx symbol and I see a calendar, my simple mind made the association.
Thank you for creative and spot-on answers.
Well, Ed didn't know you were using Gmail or I'm sure he would have made a similar suggestion.
While Mozilla has always had a special relationship with Google (much of Mozilla's funding come from making Google the default search provider), Mozilla doesn't endorse any particular email service, and lots of Firefox users have Yahoo or Hotmail/Outlook accounts.
My apologies to ed-meister, and my thanks to you for your generosity in volunteering.
I hope it is still possible for you to understand that it is a bit dismissive to end the help with a final statement instead of asking a question. I had no where to go after reading your comment.
We are all still learning, and I'll do my best to not be snide but still give you honest feedback.
Dismissive? Just a statement that your issue is directly related to the Firefox web browser, but rather something on your selected Homepage, or a page you go to.
This isn't a question?
Are those part of a specific webpage? If so, which one.
Gmail is/was the answer. That is something we can try to help you with solving or answering.