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resintalled 91.13.1 after 103 froze in linux, now no lightning calendar

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OS: Linux Mint 20.3 - Thunderbird auto-updated to 103, and became unusable although everything including lightning was there (non-responsive, CPU pegged at 97%). So I unistalled, found 91.13.1 and reinstalled. Old profile didn't work, so I had to recreate my entire profile, but now there is no lightning calendar/task list. The add-on manger doesn't show it, and it does not appear in the lists. Running sudo apt install xul-ext-lightning tells me that lightning is already the newest version, so it's in the system, but not displaying. Attempting to insert into the config editor extensions.installedDistroAddon.{e2fda1a4-762b-4020-b5ad-a41df1933103} (which did not exist) and set it to true, does not help. How do I get Lightning to work again in this version of TB? Thanks. - Elmar

OS: Linux Mint 20.3 - Thunderbird auto-updated to 103, and became unusable although everything including lightning was there (non-responsive, CPU pegged at 97%). So I unistalled, found 91.13.1 and reinstalled. Old profile didn't work, so I had to recreate my entire profile, but now there is no lightning calendar/task list. The add-on manger doesn't show it, and it does not appear in the lists. Running sudo apt install xul-ext-lightning tells me that lightning is already the newest version, so it's in the system, but not displaying. Attempting to insert into the config editor extensions.installedDistroAddon.{e2fda1a4-762b-4020-b5ad-a41df1933103} (which did not exist) and set it to true, does not help. How do I get Lightning to work again in this version of TB? Thanks. - Elmar

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