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On 10/1/2013 9:02 AM, James Knott wrote:
I'm not sure how you got that.  I have a calendar tab next to the tab.
The calendar shows my own personal Google calendar, along with that for
a group I belong to.  I don't have a separate "Google Calendar" tab.
Lightning syncs with both my own and the group calendar.  I'm not sure
what you did wrong.  Perhaps the best thing to do would be to remove the
provider & Lightning and start over.
I have been using Lightening and Google both for a long time.
In the past, I have always just made separate entries in both calendars - synchronized them manually so to speak. So, I have always had a "Calendar" tab next to my email tab in Thunderbird. Then last night, when I installed the Provider add-on, I got a third tab that says "Google Calendar" and shows all the events from my Google calendars. It looks like it belongs there. Are you saying that I should just have the one "calendar" tab?
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