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Like Rmano guessed I had to delete ~/.config/fontconfig/fonts.conf which included (wrong) settings for the antialiasing of fonts. Any problematic program started after deleting that file, rendered the fonts right again.
Your drive is mounted to a folder named like the partition name or if there is none like the partition ID. The second option might change. You can give the partition a name: Go into the Disk Utility → select the drive → select the partition the right side → click the wheels below → edit file system → enter a name. Next time you connect it, the partition ...
I am assuming you mixed up and are referring to thunderbird, based on your tags. Guessing from your description, opening your HDD shoud show a folder home. Enter it and you should see your username. Enter it and press Ctrl+H, locate .thunderbird and copy it over to external storage. Your home should be the folder home/<username> on whichever drive ...
There is a problem with the google calendar sync app, and you were recently downgraded to 0.3.2 - you should be at 1.0.2 You can find the correct version at this link, or perhaps by now you can go through the add-on section of Thunderbird to fix this. If you use the link, you can download the add-on to disk, and in Thunderbirds add-on menu choose install ...
Unsubscribing the "important" folder can resolve the issue. You can find further information on imap folders and subscription in this superuser quesion: What does it mean to “subscribe” to an IMAP folder?
All you need is your so called 'profile' folder from your backup. This is a folder with the .default extension (the foldername itself will be some random numbers and letters ). It will be located in ~/.thundebird . In a clean install of mozilla thunderbird, you then need to copy that folder into the same directory on your newly installed Ubuntu machine. ...
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