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Actually, the stable version 78 of Thunderbird has been released for
a while now. I'm using it and in its "About" box it states that I'm
on the "release" channel. I've updated it manually from v68 to v78
though. If I'm not mistaking, the automatic update will offer v78
when v78.2 is released, which happened recently. But I haven't heard
from my friends that use Thunderbird that their version has updated
to v78. That doesn't mean that it hasn't - it only means that they
haven't told me yet if it did or not. Furthermore, when I now went
and clicked on the download link, the version offered
there was 78.2.1. So, Thunderbird 78 stable has definitely been
released to the public.
На 1.9.2020 г. в 19:41, Brian Vogel
On Mon, Aug 31, 2020 at 06:40 PM, Governor staten wrote:
I'm running Thunderbird 78.2.0, and have same issues.
And if this version number is correct, then you're not on the
release update channel, which is at 68.12.0, but the beta channel,
which can have a raft of issues that the release channel does not,
or have fixed issues that the release channel still has.
One can determine what channel they're on using ALT+H,A to bring
up the About Thunderbird dialog. Right after the part where your
version number is shown, and the status message regarding whether
you're at the most recent update or have one pending, is a line
that reads, "You are on the release update channel," where release
will be "beta" instead if you're using the beta channel.
This issue had definitely been resolved, at one point, and there
is a topic on here that I'm sure will contain the keywords
"Thunderbird verbosity" besides this one that cover the back and
forth or resolve it. I filed issues on this one, and it isn't
truly ancient history, at least not yet.
Brian - Windows 10
Pro, 64-Bit, Version 2004, Build 19041
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