- by Coko, 3 months agoRated 5 out of 5It is a simple tool that does not change your browser experience but this is definitely a plus. It is always interesting to see where your favorite websites are hosted. It is also a really handy tool when doing network related stuff.
- by Zesko, a year agoRated 2 out of 5Public IP of URL is wrong when using VPN, but it is IP of VPN host, not host what you want to know.
Can you fix it?
Suggestion: This Add-On should connect to REST API for example: iplookup.flagfox.net that shows correct IP, no matter with VPN.
- by Anatoli, a year agoRated 4 out of 5Thanks for this nice addon! There is margin for improvement, specially the customization of single click, reorder/rename of the right-click options, etc., anyway very useful.
But the last update removed the flag button from the address bar and put it with other buttons on the right, IMO annoying as I already have everything ordered there. Please put it back into the address bar where it belongs. For the moment, as others said, I'm also removing the button from the Toolbar.
- by Raiden, 2 years agoRated 3 out of 5This addon used to come with a guide on how to install and use a solution provided when flag doesn't show (due to proxy issues). Now there is nothing to be found any more — only a fleeting mention in the FAQ that the solution "exists" — but no more instructions on where to go, what to do download (some Country Flags client with a batch file that used to be downloaded from somewhere), and additional instruction on how to connect that client with this addon by configuring / modifying something on this addon's settings/options. None of this is found anymore, not here, not at the addon's webpage (add0n.com), not on github.