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when trying to print monthly calendar, just get blank screen

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So, I have to unsubscribe / resubscribe to one of my 4 Google calendars to get it to show for current month since upgrading to 102.3.1... now running 102.4.1 and it still happens, even with add-ons disabled and using the built-in caldav support... only now I have to manually enter my gmail account name every time to re-subscribe to the one missing calendar. After unsubscribing/resubscribing to the one calendar, I went to print my monthly calendar today, found that the popup window was blank (layout:'list') and changed layout to 'monthly grid'... still blank, until I turn off 'events' and the monthly grid shows except empty of any calendar information. I turned the 'events' back on and even the grid goes away and it's a blank window again. I tried restarting Thunderbird and printing the 3 calendars that do show and still get a blank screen with any 'layout: list, monthly grid, or weekly planner... unless I turn off 'events', then the empty grid (monthly/weekly) shows. I now have to go to Google Calendar in order to print my monthly calendar... or to see my 'missing' calendar without having to re-enter my credential information just to see the current month. Almost to the point I HAVE to leave a Chrome window open to Google Calendar because of the issues since upgrading Thunderbird to 102.3.1. I'm aware that Google has changed things (Gmail now Workspaces). Is that the problem with Thunderbird accessing Google Calendar?

So, I have to unsubscribe / resubscribe to one of my 4 Google calendars to get it to show for current month since upgrading to 102.3.1... now running 102.4.1 and it still happens, even with add-ons disabled and using the built-in caldav support... only now I have to manually enter my gmail account name every time to re-subscribe to the one missing calendar. After unsubscribing/resubscribing to the one calendar, I went to print my monthly calendar today, found that the popup window was blank (layout:'list') and changed layout to 'monthly grid'... still blank, until I turn off 'events' and the monthly grid shows except empty of any calendar information. I turned the 'events' back on and even the grid goes away and it's a blank window again. I tried restarting Thunderbird and printing the 3 calendars that do show and still get a blank screen with any 'layout: list, monthly grid, or weekly planner... unless I turn off 'events', then the empty grid (monthly/weekly) shows. I now have to go to Google Calendar in order to print my monthly calendar... or to see my 'missing' calendar without having to re-enter my credential information just to see the current month. Almost to the point I HAVE to leave a Chrome window open to Google Calendar because of the issues since upgrading Thunderbird to 102.3.1. I'm aware that Google has changed things (Gmail now Workspaces). Is that the problem with Thunderbird accessing Google Calendar?

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Seems there was a problem with an event created in Thunderbird, using repeat monthly on last day of month. Google Calendar didn't seem to like 'last day of the month' which caused multiple problem in Thunderbird. After deleting the event (all reoccurring events) and recreating, all seems to be fine again - calendar is showing in Thunderbird and I'm able to print Monthly view again.

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Seems there was a problem with an event created in Thunderbird, using repeat monthly on last day of month. Google Calendar didn't seem to like 'last day of the month' which caused multiple problem in Thunderbird. After deleting the event (all reoccurring events) and recreating, all seems to be fine again - calendar is showing in Thunderbird and I'm able to print Monthly view again.

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