Description of problem:
When selecting "calendar" in thunderbird, OS slows right down, 100% cpu usage by Xorg and 25% cpu usage for thunderbird
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Everytime calendar is selected from within thunderbird
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start thunderbird
2. Select "Calendar" from under "Events and Tasks"
3. The thunderbird window is resized to much larger than the desktop size
1. Calendar window appears (no data)
2. The thunderbird window is resized much larger than desktop
3. System slows down with Xorg using 100% cpu and thunderbird using 25% of cpu
4. Calendar not usable
5. Have to "kill" thunderbird which starts OK without selecting calendar
Calendar to work as normally
lightning is bundled with thunderbird now.
(In reply to Orion Poplawski from comment #1)
> lightning is bundled with thunderbird now.
Thanks for the reply. What does this mean for me? How do I run thunderbird with the calendar at the same time? What rpms do I need to install/uninstall?
1. Erased lightning "dnf erase thunderbird-lightning-gdata"
2. Ran thunderbird
3. Selected "Calendar" from "Events and Tasks" menu
4. Same problems as described above
5. Cannot run calendar at all.
New packages have fixed the problem:-
The problem no longer exists. Thank you.
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