Waardering 5 van 5 sterren
Same as Igor and Ries, I have downgraded for now until issues are worked out.
* Make sure to backup you calendars, I recommend backing up from both Thunderbird and the Google web interface.
* Delete Google calendar(s) from Thunderbird and remove the current version of the add-on
* Install version 0.32 from https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/thunderbird/addon/provider-for-google-calendar/versions/ and make sure you disable automatic updates for thisadd-on.
* Re-add your Google Calendars (On the Network -> Google Calendar -> and use the Google's (private) XML feed url as location)
* Set a calendar item to check back at this page at a later stage to see if things are fixed and if you can enable automatic updates for it again.
I encountered several issue which lead me to the downgrade:
* First thing I noticed after the upgrade was almost 100 of my appointments were reset and causing a reminder of these old events.
* A day later I noticed I was missing many events I recently created, but they were still visible in the web interface.
* As suggested here I removed the Google calendars from Thunderbird and tried to re-add them, but this lead to more problems.
* When I tried to add a new Google Calendar to Thunderbird I was presented with a blank page in the wizard window, preventing me from adding any Google Calendar at all. It seems this was caused by the Google birthdays add-on which somebody else mentioned is incompatible (and unneeded) with the new version of this add-on. After disabling the Google Birthdays add-on this issue was solved.And my calendar was working...
* ...until today. Today a yellow exclamation mark showed up next to my Google Calendars telling me these calendars were unavailable. I could still see the events on them, but unable to make any changes.
Running this on my main machine it isn't worth it to deal with the problems while trying to get work done. The older version works fine for now. Although I do hope the issues will be resolved eventually. This seems to a big update after a long time, good to see development hasn't stopped.