- by harl windwolf, 14 days agoRated 3 out of 5I wish this would just let me add a bunch of clocks without having to pick timezones for specific places and then let me manually add/substract timezones with -/+ buttons or something. That would be much easier than that tree menu and having to pick the right timezones right away.
Also, let me pick another flag to my convenience.
The pop-out list from the button doesn't show times in the chosen time format. (Maybe the bar did, but that was before FF 57.)
Add option to hide the button to remove entries in the pop-out list.
- by TalkyMeat, 2 years agoRated 3 out of 5A nice idea, but the toolbar persistently obscures the top or bottom of webpages, which makes it more nuisance than utility. If it's not possible to display it without laying it on top of the page, could we at least have optionsto toggle it on and off easily? Or put it in the sidebar?
- by MarkPhil, 3 years agoRated 3 out of 5This is an incredibly useful and well-designed extension overall, but it doesn't play nice with some websites. For example, blogs.worldbank.org/ refuses to load if I have FoxClocks enabled—I've tested it a bunch of times and FoxClocks is definitely the culprit (I'd be interested to know if others have this issue or not).
So I keep FoxClocks on for the most part, but if I'm having trouble with a site, disabling the add-on is one of the first things I try. Just an FYI for other (potential) users.
- by TheWayOfYahweh, 3 years agoRated 3 out of 5It's sad that Firefox won't permit this awesome extension to actually display the time/date, in full, in the bar like it used to. But, this is great extension, used it for years. Actually find ourselves just moving cursor to the top to have the Windows taskbar drop to get the time far more often than clicking on the FoxClocks icon anymore.
Only other thing so far, the "Show Flag" option in settings doesn't work, selected or not selected, flag displays.
- by Firefox user 13107061, 3 years agoRated 3 out of 5It's nice and useful and I'm using it for a long time. But lately it always disrupts anything I'm doing (even watching fullscreen videos) and telling me that it has been updated.
Can you just do quiet updates? This is so annoying, I consider to de-activate the add on
- by ananda96, 3 years agoRated 3 out of 5I did not found any support chat so i leave my critics here, hoping the developer reads it.
i used Foxclocks for years so far and considered ist as a very useful tool.
i understand the bad behaviour of Mozillas programmers doing stupid restrictions, but:
if i zoom a webpage Foxclock Statusbar (upper right) zooms also and hides parts of the webseite.
if i use it as a popup i need a magnifier to read it - way too small. adjustable hight and width is absoluteley necessary.
i miss the option to colorize the statusbar to dark themes, it makes the browser look ugly.
is it possible to resize the statusbar only to the size of installed clocks?
Very sad what Mozilla has done to our beloved addons :-(((((((
- by Firefox user 13584923, 3 years agoRated 3 out of 5I have used FoxClocks for years but recently found it was causing trouble with other apps in Firefox. Perhaps due to some changes in Firefox, but it was so frustrating when pop-up screens weren't being shown properly (as other people are reporting). So unfortunately I need to disable for now.
Looking forward to when FoxClocks can work seamlessly again.
- by Firefox user 13514451, 3 years agoRated 3 out of 5it used to be an awesome tool, right up until FF v.57. Then I just get a blank line at the bottom. Only time clocks show is if I go to the actual foxclocks page. Also, the foxclocks line now ever since v.57 takes up space of the window, so it covers the bottom. I used to love it. Sadly, disabling it now.
- by Lalit, 3 years agoRated 3 out of 5Good app, have been using it for 2+ years now, but seems this latest one for the FF Quantum 57, the plugin has left back something from the previous version.
I am not able to define the timezone name like it used to work for the previous version. This is very important for my work as I need to see the time differences as per the different time zone names and this makes it handy and accurate to do the conversions.
Like If I say PST gap to CST, it is not possible to do that now until I do it manually using some other method.
Also, the DST updates were automatic that way earlier, which is lacking now.
In the previous version, adding 'z' used to work with custom format, but there is no option in this latest version. Even if it is there, it does not do that thing. It just displays UTC there.
Pls add it back as soon as possible. This will be great.
Thanks a ton