443 Bewertungen
  • At the moment, I'm using Waterfox 54 (although I was using Firefox prior) and I noticed an issue between FoxClocks and NoScript - that being that FoxClocks disappears from the interface whenever NoScript is enabled. No amount of changing the settings on NoScript seems to matter, just that it's running or not. It's a shame since both addons are what I would call essential. Hopefully it's only something small that can be fixed easily!

    PS. A somewhat annoying work around is to have NoScript disabled when you restart/close Firefox/Waterfox and then enable it when it first opens. This will keep both working and displaying normally, but if you forget to disable NoScript before restarting again, FoxClocks will disappear from the UI again.
    I'll take a look. Thanks for letting me know.
  • since i downloaded Firefox Quantum, it has been not able to use.
  • Used to be a great plug-in, but something in the recent Firefox versions broke it. It's not the radical incompatibility that will be introduced by version 57; it doesn't work in version 55.0.3, either. Please fix.
    Yes, something is amiss with Firefox 55+ - I'll take a look. I have something working for Firefox 57, too, but it's not perfect and may never be, sady.
  • After the last move from Mozilla, all addons must be adjusted to the last version Quantum (57). Hope we will use this one again.
  • This great add-on is likely caught in the big update coming with V57. I updated two machines to V56 today and the foxclock status bar info will not show even though running. PLEASE UPDATE ASAP! Thanks for a great util.
  • Love this add on a lot, but suddenly stop working since Firefox 57+ since today. I hope it will get updated ASAP.
  • This is by far the best time zone tracker. I frequently have to talk to clients around the world and so it is nice to know their local time. This add-on allows me to put my most important time zones on the status bar. Lots of extra features as well.
  • I love the UI, the options.
    Been using it for last few years or so.
    Bummed i cant use it with current version as of today
    Glad FoxClocks has been working out for you! I'll have a look into this when I can.

    Andy
  • This is a super great addon but broken after FF55. Will it be fixed sometime and continue support FF57+?
  • I'm using this addon only for showing a current clock and date on a toolbar, right to the URL bar. It's super handy and been using this for years. In current Nightly 57 the functionality is already almost broken, however still showing time and date on a toolbar, but not updating in realtime, only if I move a mouse cursor over it and wait a bit. I'm trying to live without it, but if even this simple use case will be possible with Webextension, please look at it. Will be much appreciated. Thanks
  • Please tell us it will be updated to support FF54+? I bet a LOT of us really depend on having the date+time in the statusbar!
    Works on FF55 for me, but I had to disable the Status-4-Evar extension. I'll look into this further. But with 'legacy' extensions no longer being supported in FF57, I'm not sure how much effort to put into this. Very sad for Firefox.
  • No updates to this Add-On for over a Year now. Has this Add-On too now fallen to abandonment?
    I was going to re-install but now I will not.
    The time zone database is updated regularly; these updates don't require an update to the extension itself.
  • This is an awesome add-on, but not working anymore on Mozilla 45.0.2. When trying to reinstall, a popup appears saying the package is corrupted. Please check.
  • Works perfectly with the Add-ons Bar that's built into Classic Theme Restorer.
  • Tend to now to show up on status bar. Need to disable and enable again.
    Also found to be conflicting with Super Drag extension
  • Foxclocks randomly does not show up when restarting Firefox. And it fills the browser console with errors and stuff for some reason. Enabling the option "show in statusbar" does not work, nothing shows up in status4eva extension. Only by enabling "show in toolbars" does it show, and as mentioned it doesn't always show up.
  • I like foxclocks but it would be perfect when a 24 hour digit clock was possible.
  • love the extension, but location shows 'null' - 5 star nevertheless - as I can still see location with flag...but UTC time has no flag
    Strange. If you remove the clocks and add them back, I think everything will work. UTC doesn't have a flag by design - it's not associated with any jurisdiction.

    Andy
  • This is an excellent extension but unfortunately the icon is getting lost with the newer Firefox updates. I have struggled to find it with some success. but lately I am unable to locate it it anywhere. You can reset the toolbars in Customize and this has popped it out for me before, but it didn't work for me after this last update. This for people who like to have the icon in the toolbar and not the statusbar, where it does work but takes up extra real estate. I hope it can be fixed soon, there are many others experiencing this and I'm sure we all love the programming behind the extension. I have removed it for now but will check back in a while. Please Andy, get to the bottom of the mystery. We need help! ;-)
  • Have the same issue with
    - Sudesh Katugampola on February 1, 2016
    also do the same thing as he does to enable the FoxClocks to show up again.
    Could you make sure you're running the latest version of FoxClocks, 4.2.1?

    If you're still having problems do let us know at https://foxclocks.org/contact

    Andy
  • I *had been having trouble with setting the time format and posted a review on here that I thought it didn't work for some reason.

    Within *minutes* of my just posting my review, the developer had e-mailed a solution for me, which worked perfectly (I hadn't been selecting all the proper options). He also offered his help if I still had problems.

    A lovely little program for keeping the time and date at all times, if you want, on the desktop. Various configurations are possible, as well as having multiple clocks from various locations around the world simultaneously displayed.

    Astonishingly excellent service if you have any issues too.

    Had to fiddle around a while to get the time & date displayed the way I wanted to in the 'custom' settings (still not sure why it gave me a challenge), but perhaps this has more to do with my obtuseness than anything to do with the program :D
    Sorry you're having problems. Make sure you have the right thing selected in the 'Determines how the time is displayed in' dropdown box - you probably want 'statusbar/toolbar clocks', unless you're using icon mode.

    If you're still having problems, do contact us: https://foxclocks.org/contact

    Andy
  • Es una herramienta muy util ya que quienes tenemos familiares en el exterior nos sincroniza los horarios a fin de determinar la hora real y conectarnos sin imprudencias....fantastico chicos!!!!
  • In the Add-Ons manager select FoxClocks settings, then in FoxClocks settings window select Extra/Settings again from the menu and look under 'position and look'. I switched the position setting from status bar to icon bar. Then rightclick on your menu/icon bar, select configuration and pull FoxClocks' icon from the top bar down to the status/addons bar. Now everything is just like it used to be.
    Would be nice of course if Andy would eventually update this nice extension for five stars.
  • I love this add-on, but I can not run the newest version on Icedove 38.5.
    I tried un-installs, resets, everything. No luck. As soon as I downgrade again to 3.4.14.1-signed, everything is fine.
    Any idea why? The only other add-ons I have installed are:
    - enigmail 1.8.2
    - iceowl 4.0.5
    - manually sort folders 1.1
    - provider for google calendar 1.9
    I also tried with a fresh profile w/o any add-ons, same thing - 4.1.4 does not show up in the toolbar, 3.4.14.1-signed is all dandy.
    Thanks.
    Sorry you're having problems. I'm pretty sure this is due to Icedove using the same unique ID as Thunderbird, but a different name - there's a similar issue with Iceweasel. The workaround is easy, and I'll try to support Icedove in the next release.
  • http://www.ghacks.net/2015/12/16/what-you-do-when-firefox-disables-installed-add-ons/

    The setting in about:config referred to above will be removed in Firefox 44, as far as I know. My fix: I abandoned Fx 43 and installed Fx 38.5.2 ESR, as that will give me peace of mind for some more months.