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Misisng toolbar, "F10" or "right click>menu bar" do not work

As the title suggests, I cannot see my menu bar. It might be a system wide problem but I am not sure. I am using Xubuntu 16.04 and 60.2.1. I tried deleting the localstore… (funda kabanzi)

As the title suggests, I cannot see my menu bar. It might be a system wide problem but I am not sure. I am using Xubuntu 16.04 and 60.2.1. I tried deleting the localstore.rdf file but it did not help. When i try to unhide the menu bar there is a slight space appearing as you can see per the screenshot, so it seems to be there but not showing, which points to a problem possible outside of thunderbird...im not sure. any input is welcome.

Asked by logihue 2 iminyaka edlule

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How to not miss mail that arrives when I'm not at the computer?

Using Ubuntu 18.04 with KDE Plasma. When a new mail arrives Thunderbird plays a sound and shows a notification, but when I'm not at the computer at that time I just miss … (funda kabanzi)

Using Ubuntu 18.04 with KDE Plasma.

When a new mail arrives Thunderbird plays a sound and shows a notification, but when I'm not at the computer at that time I just miss new mails as there is no other indicator that a mail arrived. This used to be fixed by the New Mail Attention addon which made Thunderbird's icon flash in the panel until clicked, but "New Mail Attention is incompatible with Thunderbird 60.2.1". What now?

Asked by fS6r 2 iminyaka edlule

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How to safely remove older version of Thunderbird, and set latest version as default.

I currently have both version 68.7 and version 68.3 installed on my computer (Ubuntu 19.04). I can access the newer version from the executable in the installation direct… (funda kabanzi)

I currently have both version 68.7 and version 68.3 installed on my computer (Ubuntu 19.04). I can access the newer version from the executable in the installation directory saved to to my home directory. But, all other executables seem to point to the older version, which is a problem because trying to run the older version forces you to create a new default profile, which will then override the default profile in version 68.7, as seen in the screenshotted prompt below. So, how can I make all executable files point to only the latest installation/profile?

Asked by nicholas.ba.cousar 1 unyaka odlule

Answered by Stans 1 unyaka odlule

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Have updated Thundrbird but my profile, folders, emails, address book all seem to have disappeared - how do I restore them?

I have run Thunderbird on Linux Mint for some years with no problem. Currently running Mint 18 and, with other updates in my Update Manager, have just updated Thunderbir… (funda kabanzi)

I have run Thunderbird on Linux Mint for some years with no problem. Currently running Mint 18 and, with other updates in my Update Manager, have just updated Thunderbird to 68.7.0 but everything has disappeared. Hopefully it is still there on my hard drive but I need to get Thunderbird back up and running correctly as there is important information I need there.

Asked by Chris Thomas 1 unyaka odlule

Answered by Toad-Hall 1 unyaka odlule