[ubuntu-uk] Constant crashing
gareth.france at gmail.com
Sat May 31 08:28:49 UTC 2014
I have many Thunderbird issues. The latest which is present in 14.04 is the
little triangles which tell you how many instances are running on the
launcher don't work. The second or third one pops up when you compose a
message but they don't go away right away when that second or third window
closes. It's only when you start clicking on things it catches up. For a
few releases now the indicator turns blue to say there are unread messages
and remains that way even when the messages have been deleted.
As does the count in the launcher. To clear them you have to open the
messaging menu and click on the account that claims too still have mail.
On 31 May 2014 09:14, Barry Drake <ubuntu-advertising at gmx.com> wrote:
> On 31/05/14 08:44, Gareth France wrote:
>> Sorry for the late reply guys. For some reason as yet unexplained
>> Thunderbird decided to tell me I had unread emails but wouldn't display
>> them! It's not running slowly at all, it just freezes at random points
>> forcing you to power-cycle. I will be taking another look at it later on
>> today. I may try a re-install with one of the other flavours, we'll see.
> I've been getting this kind of behaviour with Thunderbird for a while.
> It's very noticeable on my rather slow netbook, but it happens too, on my
> up-to-the-mark quad core desktop, although for a much shorter time. It
> seems to be something to do with gmail downloading sometimes thousands of
> e-mails into 'all-mail' boxes (although I can't be sure this is where the
> problem starts. I have two imap accounts that use g-mail as the carrier.
> Other accounts such as gmx don't seem to have this problem. On the
> netbook, sometimes Thunderbird greys out for up to a minute before
> resuming. Sometimes while I'm typing an e-mail, the cursor freezes for a
> few seconds.
> Anyone else notice this? The problem has been around for months now, and
> was there in 12.04 through later releases including Utopic (which I'm using
> Regards, Barry.
> ubuntu-uk at lists.ubuntu.com
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