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Solved Mozilla's Lightning Calendar with Google Calendar

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    I use Mozilla's Thunderbird for email on Mac OS X and like it very much. In addition I use Thunderbird's add-on calendar called Lightning, also very satisfactory.

    Recently I have set up a Google Calendar and have coupled my Lightning Calendar to my Google Calendar. The question that I have, which is detailed in the attachment with screenshots and notes, is this: Is there a way to toggle the "Calendar" field in all of the events of a Lightning Calendar rather than doing so one-by-one?

    Thanks for your help.
    Andynic
     

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    additional questuion as follow on to the original post: Is there perhaps a file in the Thunderbird folder (on Mac OS stored here : /Users/andynic/Library/Thunderbird ) that I could edit with the Wrangler editor or over which I could run a perl script that could make the required changes?
     
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