firefox versioning problem with hotmail Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I noticed when updating to a new version of firefox, even a minor revision, hotmail (OWA/Live.com) needs to have a notification code entered in order for x-notifier to work properly.
I could click the hotmail account and it would open the sign in to your email page, then the password page, which would have a check box "do not ask again" on this device, and I do not have 2-step verification turned on.
even a minor version revision, such as updating Firefox from version 52.x (I think it was 52.0.1 to version 52.3 ESR, Microsoft would recognize it as a different device, and I would have to go to security settings and enter a new verification code. It's not the extension causing this, but the way Microsoft apparently recognizes browser versioning, and the stupid "rapid update" process (every six weeks breaking every extension) on Firefox itself.
adding scripts? Rated 3 out of 5 stars
its not entirely clear how to add scripts like ebay and others in the current version for firefox with the new UI. Works perfectly in Chrome as there is a Scripts button that appears to be comletely missing in firefox. Looks like the dev forgot about us on FF and never included the button to add custom scripts as to extend functionality to these other sites. What a shame.This user has a previous review of this add-on.
use X-Notifier-Reloaded version 3.5.24 Rated 5 out of 5 stars
X-Notifier-Reloaded works perfectly with firefox 54.I don t now if it works with firefox 55.
It's incredible, from best addon ever made, to useless addon. Rated 2 out of 5 stars
No more additional scripts for others e-mail? Really? Well, i return with 3.5.23 on Firefox 52 ESR and after i seek for alternative addon. Thank you anyway.
Yahoo works again!! yaaa! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I stopped using 3.5.23 after yahoo started using 2 page login a month or so ago. I have 5 yahoo accounts that I check all the time. This week, I thought I would see if x-notifier had been updated for FF and so I tried the most recent version and imported my backup .xn file. Presto! It checked all my yahoo email accounts. I was shocked and pleasantly surprised. I love it. Now I just have to figure out if there is some secret setting that lets the icon know that I have opened and read my email because it keeps the number of phantom unread emails up even though I have closed out of the yahoo website.This user has 2 previous reviews of this add-on.
How about 365 email account Rated 4 out of 5 stars
It would be perfect if office 365 email can be added in the future....
It's became useless Rated 2 out of 5 stars
I was using xnotifier for long time. But if FF do not allow using scrips, then 4.0.3 and now 4.1.3 became useless. It's also sad, that if I want to check my mailboxes I probably will need install 3-4 different add-ons, and I don't like this.
Anger, Drama and Ignorance... Oh My! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
As always, 5 for Mr. Kang
I just came on here to see if the new 4.1.3 version might have miraculously worked, since I’ve turned off auto-update on most extensions. (still using 3.5.3 with unpredictable, limited function).
After corresponding with some of the developers, who are having the same problem Mr. Kang is, I’ve kinda’ come to the conclusion my best bet is to roll back to FF ESR 52, before almost all of my extensions are broken. It “should” work, but it’s gonna be a pain in the rear.
I still hate Chrome and when I opened my first Gmail account I had no idea Google would eventually try and heard us up like Cattle, heck there was no “Chrome”. I don’t see any feedback yet on 4.1.3, not expecting anything good to happen, but ya never know.
Anywho, I got a surprise today…
“Stop paying your friends to post reviews for you, you cheap sh--ee-t! Rated 1 out of 5 stars by Sookdikcc on July 19, 2017 · permalink “So ononoma posted 8 other reviews for your app? For such a krapp app that completely broke? If it's not you, then it's your cousin or something! Shame on you, you cheap sh_eet for using such cheap tricks!
MAy you rot in hell!”
Wow, ya’ kiss your mom with that mouth? And let’s work on that spelling.
Freedom of speech… “With great power comes great responsibility”
… Stan Lee/Spiderman
We can say whatever we want, but shouldn’t we be aware of what we’re saying? Y’know speaking is like driving, but (un) fortunately ya’ don’t need a license? But like driving a person should open his or her eyes, and preferably use hands to drive.
“Yeah, ya can drive with your feet, but that don’t mean it should be done!”… Chris Rock
Man, this is why I don’t do Social Media. People say things digitally that they’d rarely say to someone’s face. I’m old school, ancient. But then again if the Commander in Tweet continually lights his hair on fire (maybe that’s why it orange?) why should the masses be any different?
If we follow suit, we won’t the kids. “Sh*% roll down hill”
So to my good friend across the aisle Sookdikcc (is that a name or a profession?) No I’ve never met Mr. Kang. I just appreciated using this extension for several years with no problems, no charge, and guessing it’s a hell of a lot of work.
I’ve mentioned this before, over 6 months before Mozilla started all this regulatory developer crap and the problems began, he said at his site, eventually he wasn’t going to be able to keep the extension functional. BTW it’s not an app, and it wasn’t crap. (we spell that with a “c”, not a “k”).
I don’t know this for a fact (it’s called an opinion) but I suspect the supportive reviews are from people who appreciate his work. And the hostile one’s, like from good folks like yourself come from frustration (which I share), and ignorance on the topic. Yeah, Mozilla broke your favorite toy, they’re breaking lots more. I’d suggest you write them, maybe research a little first and stay factual… cause and effect.
Now I want you to go to your room and think about what you said to Mr. Kang here, in front of all the other anonymous people. Remember the Golden Rule and then write him a message apologizing for the mean things you said to him. If you need to rub one out before to calm down, you can do that first;)
And here’s a helpful alternative. It’s nobody’s first choice but hey, there’s no chocolate ice cream today, just sherbet. Use Thunderbird, you’ll still get notifications, but be careful. I don’t think it’s as safe as web based mail so you may still want to open your mail online, but at least you’ve got a notifications for all your accounts. Also you’re phone is a notifier, right? See, yeah we’re all gonna’ have to eat sherbet for a while. It’s gonna’ be okay buddy:)
Forum Rated 5 out of 5 stars
People go to their forum. There you have a solution in the form of a script for both gmail and yahoo. With this scripts your 3.53 version will work. Stop whining anymore.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (4.0.3). This user has a previous review of this add-on.
WAS GREAT... Rated 3 out of 5 stars
THIS WORKED FINE FOR MANY YEARS AND NOW IT STOPPED CHECKING EMAILS. THE HELP PAGE IS VAGUE BUT IT SEEMS IT'S NO LONGER BEING SUPPORTED.
I TRIED NEO AND THAT DOESN'T WORK EITHER AND IS GETTING BAD REVIEWS.
OH WELL, THE SEARCH FOR A NEW EMAIL CHECKER IS ON, TOO BAD.
UPDATE: CHECKING FOR UPDATES WITH IN YOUR ADD-ON PAGE DOESN'T DOWNLOAD THE LATEST VERSION YOU HAVE TO MANUALLY DO IT. IT WOULD BE NICE IF THE UPDATE ICON WORKED BUT I GUESS THAT DEPENDS ON THE AUTHOR.
4.0.3 update deleted all accounts - AGAIN Rated 1 out of 5 stars
How hard can it be to make an extension which does not delete all my email accounts every time it updates?This review is for a previous version of the add-on (4.0.3).
Para ficar ótimo precisa adicionar IMAP Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Por favor, adicione IMAP.
A janela de notificação popup não fica fixo, mesmo configurando.
A fix...of sorts. Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I found this page on the X-Notifier forum.
It says how to fix the issues. It was posted around 7.16.2017. It works for the most part. Need to follow carefully.
Where are you, developers? Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Is there no developer that would take this and fix it so it works on older versions of Firefox again? Some of us don't plan to use Firefox 57. Personally, I use Pale Moon.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (4.0.3). This user has 2 previous reviews of this add-on.
Stop paying your friends to post reviews for you, you cheap sh--ee-t! Rated 1 out of 5 stars
So ononoma posted 8 other reviews for your app? For such a krapp app that completely broke? If it's not you, then it's your cousin or something!
Shame on you, you cheap sh_eet for using such cheap tricks!
MAy you rot in hell!
Inconsistency and data loss Rated 1 out of 5 stars
I used to love this plug-in, but this is the 3rd update (not in a row) that has deleted my accounts. You're always afraid to upgrade because you could loose your information.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (4.0.3).
used to be top shelf, but no longer... Rated 1 out of 5 stars
kinda works with gmail/chrome, but what's the point in that?
will NOT WORK with multiple yahoo accts.
yahoo accounts Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I have 4 email accounts in yahoo
And I have installed the X-Notifier version 4.0.3 on Firefox 49
Of the 4 accounts it check only 1.The others 3 appear gray
Some help please
This is Ridiculous!!!!!! Rated 1 out of 5 stars
I only gave it a 1 because I can't rate lower!!!
The new X-notifier deletes all my Email address when I clear my history!!!
This is such UTTER CRAP!!!
Make a FIX for this!!!
I have no interest in using sync.
Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Can you at least add POP3/IMAP protocols support? Is it so hard to do - considering how many different email domains were used by people!?This review is for a previous version of the add-on (4.0.3).