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User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/38.0.2125.101 Safari/537.36 Steps to reproduce: Since the Update to 'Provider for Google Calender' Version 1.0.1 the sync to my Google Calender doesn't work. I tried to add a new appointment, the window didn't close. When I try to add a new calendar i can login with my login data and I can accept the permissions. But I can't choose the calendar.
Currently many users are getting 'variableTermLimitExceeded' errors, i.e. Google doesn't allow more connections from Provider for Google Calendar for today.
Add me to the list. I get Google calendar temporarily unavailable icon next to my calendar, and am unable to add events. When I click "Save and close", the window for the new event closes, but the item is not added to my calendar. Also, if I try to add the calendar back using the "New calendar" dialog, when it gets to the box where I select which of my 3 Google calendars to add, there are no calendars listed. I am running TB 31.2.0 with Lightning 3.3.1. Since I cannot add a new calendar and cannot delete the current one, I'm stuck with a non-functioning Lightning. I can access the calendar via Google, so it is not an issue with login credentials or Google.
I've the same problem. A more detailed description and pictures can be found here: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1083077
I found even older bug for this: Bug 1079659 - Google calendars suddenly no longer work
I'm getting the same trouble: [calGoogleCalendar] Request GET https://www.googleapis.com/tasks/v1/users/@me/lists responded with HTTP 200 I'm using : provider_for_google_calendar-1.0.1-tb+sm.xpi with TB 31.2.0 on Win 7 Pro 64 bit Before the upgrade I was using provider_for_google_calendar-0.32-tb+sm.xpi : it was working good but since many days it has stopped to work.
Error consolle for Google Calendar Provider 1.0.1 adding a new calendar
I've temporary fix it downgrading to provider_for_google_calendar-0.32-tb+sm.xpi. It works now.
(In reply to fabio.fiadone from comment #11) > I've temporary fix it downgrading to > provider_for_google_calendar-0.32-tb+sm.xpi. > It works now. I can confirm that downgrading to 0.32 (and then removing & re-adding my calendar changing it back to using the private ical URL) works as a temporary fix. I also made sure to disable automatic updates for the add-on until there is a new version with a fix.
For recent support information please try <https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/provider-for-google-calendar> The variableTermLimitExceeded issue can only be fixed at Googles side by increasing the quota/traffic/connections that is allowed for the Provider for Google extension. Temporary workaround: Downgrade to old 0.32 release but this might only works until November 17, 2014 when Google shutdowns the old Google Calendar API v1. Or use Lightnings built-in CalDAV provider to access your Google calendars.
Same as Comments 4 and 12 in this thread.
Inviting you all to follow issue https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1079659
TRY CalDAV Solution: it works great in read and write access: "An Explanation of the url format and how-to for CALDAV can be found here https://blog.mozilla.org/calendar/2013/09/google-is-changing-the-location-url-of-their-caldav-calendars/ CALDAV Url Format:https://apidata.googleusercontent.com/caldav/v2/your-email-address/events" You could fine more details following: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1079659
existing calendars work for me now, but subscribing doesn't.
Anton, your problem might be caused by the Thunderbirthday extension. I'd like to ask you to disable it and retest. Once you created your calendars you can re-enable it.
(In reply to Stefan Sitter from comment #13) > For recent support information please try > <https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/provider-for-google-calendar> > > The variableTermLimitExceeded issue can only be fixed at Googles side by > increasing the quota/traffic/connections that is allowed for the Provider > for Google extension. > > Temporary workaround: Downgrade to old 0.32 release but this might only > works until November 17, 2014 when Google shutdowns the old Google Calendar > API v1. Or use Lightnings built-in CalDAV provider to access your Google > calendars. Today I read the google groups forum article and i installed the version 1.0.1 again. It works now, i can add appointments and i can add calendar in Lightning. It seems, it was the GoogleAPI Quota.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 5 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
Stefan Sitter , > Anton, your problem might be caused by the Thunderbirthday extension Yeah, exactly. It was that. I also seen message about it in Google Groups, but didn't catch up. Thanks!
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