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To the posters below .... exact same thing happened to me;
from the FAQ, this worked for me ... just re-install after:
FoxClocks really has gone wrong. What can I do?
You have the latest version of FoxClocks, none of the above FAQs apply, and there’s still a problem. In this case, you should consider resetting all Foxclocks parameters to their default values. To do this:
Go to the special URL about:config (do not click the link – type it in the Firefox Location Bar)
Enter ‘foxclocks’ (without quotes) in the Filter box towards the top of the window
Right-click on each bolded entry below the Filter box and select ‘Reset’
Note that re-installing FoxClocks will not reset these parameters.