- por Objectivité, el hace 2 mesesSe valoró con 4 de 5Superb on Waterfox, hit and miss on Firefox 94 or later.
Waterfox still has the Status Bar, so FoxClocks sits nicely above it and works 100% of the time. In Firefox 94, however, many sites display over the top of it, so it is a bit of hit and miss (examples flashscore.co.uk, marketscreener.com). With others, on Firefox, it displays but when you scroll up (and sometimes down), it disappears (example fintel.io). It has not been updated for a year, (Oct-2020), so maybe that's the reason.
- por TylerC, el hace 8 mesesSe valoró con 5 de 5I love this. I use to work in a call center and it helped me quickly reference what times were in different parts of my Country.
I would suggest an exclusion option to put URL's so that the bar does not pop up. It has caused some issues when software doesn't like the way its displayed and moved down the page a bit
- por harl windwolf, el hace 9 mesesSe valoró con 3 de 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.
- por Usuario de Firefox 14123595, el hace 10 mesesSe valoró con 4 de 5It was great for a long time, but last 6 months or more on some sites the panel is either not visible at all or it is blocked partially by some parts of the site (its under the textbox and such). I'm SO tired of this. Sometimes i even forget that i have it installed. Please fix it...
UPD: For Christ sake, its been about 15 months now ! Please please please, fix it!.. Its one of the most useful addons and its broken for forever, nothing to replace it with, it seems.
UPD: "World Clock (Digital and Analog) by Senthil Ponnusamy" is almost good enough. I'll have to use it instead for now.