- Se valoró con 3 de 5por Usuario de Firefox 11877814, el hace 5 mesesThere's a reproducible bug: The user goes to (for example) Google.com, writes something, presses Return and quickly presses Alt+Tab to go to another window. MindTheTime continues counting the time...
That does not happen using the addon "Webtime Tracker", so (even if there is a Firefox bug) the problem is avoidable.
- Se valoró con 5 de 5por xal, el hace 9 mesesIF YOU HAVE PROBLEMS GETTING EXTENSION TO WORK: Remove from firefox, completely reinstall and when reinstalling, DON'T allow to run in incognito tabs. If you do this everything should work just fine, if not keep reinstalling until it does.
- Se valoró con 4 de 5por nsk, el hace un añoVery helpful tool. I just wish that it would also track pop-up videos. My university's website uses old people font sizes so I'm constantly at 50% to keep everything in my monitor, but my lectures become too small so I use that pop out thing. This tracker doesn't include those since you technically click out of the window to view it; it's too much of a hassle to keep clicking the site after opening it and then clicking the video whenever I want to pause it instead of pressing space, so I lose that tracking history.
- Se valoró con 4 de 5por Kay, el hace 2 añosThis looks like a really cool addon, but sadly the timer itself isn't working. Tho I can see what websites I have visited. If you have any suggestions for help I'd love to hear it!
EDIT: I'm not sure if restarting did the trick, or if I was just confused by the UI showing only minutes but no indication it's actually ticking by. But it seems to be working now
- Se valoró con 5 de 5por Ashdei-san, el hace 2 añosExcellent addon! Really disturbing (but in a useful way)
Actually, it would be good if numbers on counter be bigger.
And if you could have both options "time spend online" and "on which sites" in the same time.
Still it's a good addon I'm glad I found it! Thank you!^^