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A largely unused toolbar going to waste Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Why cannot KeeFox toolbar be used to contain the weather reports? I am sure that I have used it in the past. I did leave a review asking about making it work in a different location, although that might of been the menu bar.
I have the KeeFox toolbar which is very empty and it would be an ideal location having the weather on the right of it.
I'm using FF 3.6
There seems to be a few bugs Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I have just installed 0.8.6 and I'm getting a pop up error window every time the options page opens, this window open multiple times. Apart from that it is working okay.
[TypeError: doc.getElementById("rdoF") is null]
It did not do this on another Firefox browser using an earlier version of AniWeather.
The detect location also has a problem in the UK as already mentioned. It won't accept UK but does accept United Kingdom.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I have just updated to 0.8.3 and initially there was a problem with it removing my search bar which it was previously positioned just before on the Menu bar because it couldn't be put after the Search Bar. But after I changed the options to Menu Bar (Rightmost) it worked fine and finally put the reports where I had wanted them because before this update they weren't in an ideal position.Hopefully the minor bugs will be fixed with the positioning but overall this is a big improvement for usability reasons.
Here is a screenshot to show how I now have it positioned.http://www.imgbx.com/images.php/i2985_Aniweather.jpg
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
I cannot put the weather information where I would like it. It won't go on the end of the bookmarks toolbar or after the search which I have on the menu toolbar after the menus. Those are the only two places where it would fit well. The status bar is the only place where it will work but that means it cuts off any URL display which is a higher priority in my book.
If the positioning was better it would be far more usable.