Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Hopeless. I've lost reminder fox which was my main diary. Never advised this would happen when I "upgraded" to surerduper faster version. Disgraceful "service"

Another solution is to switch to another browser. Goodbye Firefox and good riddance

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

I have lost reminderfox since Firefox was updated to version 57. How can I get reminderfox to work again?
greence@usa.net

Hello
Starting with Firefox Quantum (version 57), Mozilla is ditching the old addon framework (which they call “Legacy addons”) and only supporting addons using a new web-based framework.

Unfortunately long-story short: as this is a passion side-project, we do not have the time and resources to do a complete rewrite of ReminderFox to make it work with the new framework at this time. Please see this thread for further background: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/reminderfox/ZX3Hsm3R1jU/MU0S50LhEAAJ

What can you do?

1) One option is to install Firefox ESR (Extended Service Release) which will continue to work with legacy addons into next year. https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/organizations/all/?q=English%20(US)

You could run that and continue to run ReminderFox, but even then it will only be a short-term solution. You could at least print out your ReminderFox reminders or export them to ICS format which allows you to import into another calendar app (MS Outlook, Google calendar, et c.).

You can also run Pale Moon (a version of Firefox which supports legacy addons) or Mozilla Thunderbird mail client, where ReminderFox will continue to run.

2) Grab your reminder data (it should not be lost, even though ReminderFox is not showing in the latest Firefox), and import it into another calendar or reminder app.


If you just want to get ahold of your reminder data to import into another program, you can find it as part of your user profile directory. For example, on Windows7:

c:\Users\{username}\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\{someRandomNumber}.default\reminderfox\reminderfox.ics

3) Find another alternative add-on that runs on current Firefox Quantum and has the capabilities that you need.

One example is: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/reminders/



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Rated 1 out of 5 stars

This is pretty poor - no warning, just automatic update to 57 - and whoosh, all my data is gone from reminder-Fox! AND the available versions of reminder-Fox are not compatible with 57.

Get your act together - I just donated some money!

Hello
Starting with Firefox Quantum (version 57), Mozilla is ditching the old addon framework (which they call “Legacy addons”) and only supporting addons using a new web-based framework.

Unfortunately long-story short: as this is a passion side-project, we do not have the time and resources to do a complete rewrite of ReminderFox to make it work with the new framework at this time. Please see this thread for further background: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/reminderfox/ZX3Hsm3R1jU/MU0S50LhEAAJ

What can you do?

1) One option is to install Firefox ESR (Extended Service Release) which will continue to work with legacy addons into next year. https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/organizations/all/?q=English%20(US)

You could run that and continue to run ReminderFox, but even then it will only be a short-term solution. You could at least print out your ReminderFox reminders or export them to ICS format which allows you to import into another calendar app (MS Outlook, Google calendar, et c.).

You can also run Pale Moon (a version of Firefox which supports legacy addons) or Mozilla Thunderbird mail client, where ReminderFox will continue to run.

2) Grab your reminder data (it should not be lost, even though ReminderFox is not showing in the latest Firefox), and import it into another calendar or reminder app.


If you just want to get ahold of your reminder data to import into another program, you can find it as part of your user profile directory. For example, on Windows7:

c:\Users\{username}\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\{someRandomNumber}.default\reminderfox\reminderfox.ics

3) Find another alternative add-on that runs on current Firefox Quantum and has the capabilities that you need.

One example is: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/reminders/

You killed Reminder Fox on Firefox & I have lost everything? Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Now what? Help!!!

Hello
Starting with Firefox Quantum (version 57), Mozilla is ditching the old addon framework (which they call “Legacy addons”) and only supporting addons using a new web-based framework.

Unfortunately long-story short: as this is a passion side-project, we do not have the time and resources to do a complete rewrite of ReminderFox to make it work with the new framework at this time. Please see this thread for further background: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/reminderfox/ZX3Hsm3R1jU/MU0S50LhEAAJ

What can you do?

1) One option is to install Firefox ESR (Extended Service Release) which will continue to work with legacy addons into next year. https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/organizations/all/?q=English%20(US)

You could run that and continue to run ReminderFox, but even then it will only be a short-term solution. You could at least print out your ReminderFox reminders or export them to ICS format which allows you to import into another calendar app (MS Outlook, Google calendar, et c.).

You can also run Pale Moon (a version of Firefox which supports legacy addons) or Mozilla Thunderbird mail client, where ReminderFox will continue to run.

2) Grab your reminder data (it should not be lost, even though ReminderFox is not showing in the latest Firefox), and import it into another calendar or reminder app.


If you just want to get ahold of your reminder data to import into another program, you can find it as part of your user profile directory. For example, on Windows7:

c:\Users\{username}\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\{someRandomNumber}.default\reminderfox\reminderfox.ics

3) Find another alternative add-on that runs on current Firefox Quantum and has the capabilities that you need.

One example is: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/reminders/

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Daß ein bewährtes Tool, mit dem automatischen Update von Firefox nicht mehr kompatibel ist und von heute auf morgen nicht mehr genutzt werden kann und alles Eingetragene dann einfach nicht mehr aufrufbar ist, ist eine sehr schwache Leistung. Nachbesserung ist hier dringend und eilig geboten

Hello
Starting with Firefox Quantum (version 57), Mozilla is ditching the old addon framework (which they call “Legacy addons”) and only supporting addons using a new web-based framework.

Unfortunately long-story short: as this is a passion side-project, we do not have the time and resources to do a complete rewrite of ReminderFox to make it work with the new framework at this time. Please see this thread for further background: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/reminderfox/ZX3Hsm3R1jU/MU0S50LhEAAJ

What can you do?

1) One option is to install Firefox ESR (Extended Service Release) which will continue to work with legacy addons into next year. https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/organizations/all/?q=English%20(US)

You could run that and continue to run ReminderFox, but even then it will only be a short-term solution. You could at least print out your ReminderFox reminders or export them to ICS format which allows you to import into another calendar app (MS Outlook, Google calendar, et c.).

You can also run Pale Moon (a version of Firefox which supports legacy addons) or Mozilla Thunderbird mail client, where ReminderFox will continue to run.

2) Grab your reminder data (it should not be lost, even though ReminderFox is not showing in the latest Firefox), and import it into another calendar or reminder app.


If you just want to get ahold of your reminder data to import into another program, you can find it as part of your user profile directory. For example, on Windows7:

c:\Users\{username}\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\{someRandomNumber}.default\reminderfox\reminderfox.ics

3) Find another alternative add-on that runs on current Firefox Quantum and has the capabilities that you need.

One example is: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/reminders/

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Have loved using ReminderFox for years. Today I downloaded the newest version of FireFox. Now I'm unable to access ReminderFox....it says it's been disabled. Can't find how to enable it. Please help.

Hello
Starting with Firefox Quantum (version 57), Mozilla is ditching the old addon framework (which they call “Legacy addons”) and only supporting addons using a new web-based framework.

Unfortunately long-story short: as this is a passion side-project, we do not have the time and resources to do a complete rewrite of ReminderFox to make it work with the new framework at this time. Please see this thread for further background: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/reminderfox/ZX3Hsm3R1jU/MU0S50LhEAAJ

What can you do?

1) One option is to install Firefox ESR (Extended Service Release) which will continue to work with legacy addons into next year. https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/organizations/all/?q=English%20(US)

You could run that and continue to run ReminderFox, but even then it will only be a short-term solution. You could at least print out your ReminderFox reminders or export them to ICS format which allows you to import into another calendar app (MS Outlook, Google calendar, et c.).

You can also run Pale Moon (a version of Firefox which supports legacy addons) or Mozilla Thunderbird mail client, where ReminderFox will continue to run.

2) Grab your reminder data (it should not be lost, even though ReminderFox is not showing in the latest Firefox), and import it into another calendar or reminder app.


If you just want to get ahold of your reminder data to import into another program, you can find it as part of your user profile directory. For example, on Windows7:

c:\Users\{username}\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\{someRandomNumber}.default\reminderfox\reminderfox.ics

3) Find another alternative add-on that runs on current Firefox Quantum and has the capabilities that you need.

One example is: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/reminders/

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

J'avais TOUS mes anniversaires et TOUS mes rendez-vous sur Reminder fox depuis des années...Avec Firefox Quantum, le module n'est plus compatible et j'ai tout perdu sans le moindre avertissement ! Quoi faire ? Je ne sais pas où trouver une ancienne version de Firefox pour au moins pouvoir relever à la main (!!!) ces renseignements et les enregistrer ailleurs ultérieurement.....
Si vous avez un tuyau, je suis preneur !
Meilleurs massages,
BG

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Elle était très pratique et je ne ratais aucun rendez-vous. Je suis bien déçue de ne plus l'avoir.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Best ad-on please updated for news versions Thank you(amazing)

Wonderful Add-on! Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Wonderful Add-on! Please, please update for FF 57 and beyond. Thanks!

This user has a previous review of this add-on.

Please update Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I love this add-on. Please update for FF57+

Great program! Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Great program, I have been using it for years. Can't imagine do do without it ;) please update it for FF 56 and onwards.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Can't get it to download

Plese update this for Fx 57+ (Nightly 58) Rated 5 out of 5 stars

There's another Google calendar for web extensions, but it doesn't even come close to how nice THIS addon has been for many years.. Plus that other one feels almost like tease-ware.

In any case, thank you so much for creating this addon.. And I hope you're able to port it over.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Je n arrive pas à télécharger Firefox sur mon téléphone. Je sôuhaite le synchroniser avec le reminder qui est sur mon ordinateur

Update für Fx 57 Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Please make an update for Firefox 57. Thank you.

Why out-of-date SeaMonkey support? Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Your latest release of ReminderFox was in June 2017. At that time the latest stable release of SeaMonkey was 2.46 . Yet you only support SM up to version 2.21. Why?

As I write this, SM has since released 2.48. Please update your support for SeaMonkey.

This user has a previous review of this add-on.

Should I update to latest version? Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Dear Developers,

Thanks for all your hard work. This extension has been great! Been using it for years

As Mozilla seems to be making future development/updates of really great extensions “precarious” I wanted to find out if this update will be problematic or breakdown in the future? In other words should I stay where I’m at?

I’m currently using the last version. I’ve disabled auto updates because new FF compliance's have already broken a few extensions (or will cause breakdown in the future). The first example of this coming to mind is/was X-Notifier. The last two versions are FF compliant, but don’t function. They…. suck. Not the developers fault, he warned months ago this would happen with Moz changing policies and updates. Yet everyone initially screamed at him when it broke down. There was a temporarily a work around, rolling back 2 versions. This made everything work again, but then with another FF update, even the legacy version only partly works.

So In regards to your extension, would you recommend updating to the latest version, or stay with the previous one which I’m running?

My Machine; Window 7 64 bit, latest FF 64 bit version for windows.

One more issue, and if you don’t have time for this one no problem.

I’ve read that if users install FF 52 ESR (I’m not sure what it is and if it’s secure), all legacy versions will work. Wouldn’t using a legacy version of FF, as well as extension present a security risk?

This really sucks for FF developers and users. I really hate Chrome, it’s heavy on resources, super proprietary, nosy and intrusive as hell. I have no idea why Moz is killing the best part of FF, the extensions. Especially security and utilities extensions. The other stuff I could care less.

Also, if Moz is going to make life difficult to impossible (depending on which developer you’re talking to, and their extension) for developers, why don’t you all go to Opera? I’m betting a lot of people would follow.

It’s my second choice browser, and although it’s Chromium based, it’s lightweight and even has a VPN built in. But they have mostly lame apps.

You’re opinion/feedback on this whole Moz turning FF into Chrome and how to proceed would be appreciated!

Thanks for every thing!

This user has 2 previous reviews of this add-on.

ReminderFox Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Great program. works better than any of the other 10 downloaded and tried!!

Doesn't work Rated 1 out of 5 stars

CalDAV Status 400 Bad request

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This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.1.5.5.3).