changing file path of ics file

I had to copy over an old copy of my profile because TB crashes on the recent profile version.

Works for emails. The old profiles had ics calendars stored on a drive letter which does no longer exist.

How can I change the file path for the calendars? The properties dialog does not allow this.
In calendar data in profile, I found only sqlite files.

Only the email part of TB crashed in the recent version, the calendar is ok there. Can I copy over the calnedar data into the restored profile?

thanks,

Klaus
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buecherk
10/5/2017 7:42:56 PM
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buecherk@gmail.com wrote:
> I had to copy over an old copy of my profile because TB crashes on
> the recent profile version.
> 
> Works for emails. The old profiles had ics calendars stored on a
> drive letter which does no longer exist.
> 
> How can I change the file path for the calendars? The properties
> dialog does not allow this. In calendar data in profile, I found only
> sqlite files.
> 
> Only the email part of TB crashed in the recent version, the calendar
> is ok there. Can I copy over the calnedar data into the restored
> profile?

I'd suggest to unsubscribe from the calendar that points to the
unavailable location and to add a new calendar that is subscribed to the
new location.
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Stefan
10/6/2017 4:02:49 PM
On 10/5/2017 3:42 PM, buecherk@gmail.com wrote:
> I had to copy over an old copy of my profile because TB crashes on the recent profile version.
> 
> Works for emails. The old profiles had ics calendars stored on a drive letter which does no longer exist.
> 
> How can I change the file path for the calendars? The properties dialog does not allow this.
> In calendar data in profile, I found only sqlite files.
> 
> Only the email part of TB crashed in the recent version, the calendar is ok there. Can I copy over the calnedar data into the restored profile?
> 
> thanks,
> 
> Klaus
> 
Assuming that the old Lightning was the same version as the new, or  the 
versions are close.

Go to  the old profile, and find the folder Calendar-data

C:\Users\username 
\AppData\Roaming\Thunderbird\Profiles\0lhyq3ca.default\Calendar-data


In the new profile find the equivalent folder.   \Calendar-data

Copy the contents, files and folders, of the Calendar-data from the old 
profile to the Calendar-data folder in the new profile.

Make sure you over write the file in the new profiles with the files in 
the old folder.   I usually delete the files and folder in the new 
profile Calendar-data before I copy the files from the old profile.

I use this method to keep the calendar on my tablet out to data.



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Keith
10/7/2017 7:08:41 PM
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