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Lightning 5.4

par Mozilla Calendar Project

Gérez votre emploi du temps quotidien directement dans Thunderbird ! L'extension Lightning vous permet de gérer un ou plusieurs agendas (local ou sur internet), les tâches, rendez-vous et invitations.


To send acceptance of event the default account is used, not the one that received the event. This can't be changed and disqualifies usage of this add-on.

Noté 1 sur 5 étoiles par pbies le sep. 19, 2018

I'm still looking and hoping to find my ideal calendar and planning solution and have tried a few different apps and services in the past.

While not perfect, Lightning did come close. For Ubuntu, it's been the best I've found so far, for certain.

As of September 2018 on Thunderbird 52, Lightning did show a few glitches and bugs here and there; all minor. The most common for me happens when trying to delete more than one instance of a repeating task at the same time. It does have a tendency to be a bit laggy at times too, but that might be because I, in particular, stuffed it with quite a lot of information.

But that gets me to my current concern: I've come to rely on Lightning quite a lot to keep my days organised. As of Thunderbird 60, Lightning support seems to be lagging behind. This is a big issue for me, and my workaround might be to directly view the SQLite database for now, all the while hoping for the releases of Lightning to catchup.

I hope it can. Good job so far, guys. Donations to Mozilla sent, and I'm keeping my fingers crossed that we're back in action for Thunderbird 60 soon!

Noté 3 sur 5 étoiles par Shaun of the Dead le sep. 15, 2018

I'm running Thunderbird 52.9.1 on Windows 10 and Google Tasks no longer updates in Lightning?

Noté 4 sur 5 étoiles par Utilisateur anonyme a7bbda le sep. 14, 2018

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