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  • Everyday I have to reset the alarms from on to off then back on again before it works right.
  • keep going
    best addon
  • Only worked the first time...
  • At first it looks fine, but in fact the the timer is stuck to one tab, so if you switch tab or close the tab that you started the timer with, it will break the whole thing.
  • Yuck.
    More detailed review: no auto-renew timer feature. this is not for productivity. i have no idea what it's for.
  • It worked for a while, and then just stopped. Disappointing, since I was starting to count on the alarm to go off....
  • Simplistic and elegant. Very useful.
  • gg
  • Thank you. Just what's needed. An alert pops to screen with a titled reminder, plus the option to repeat weekly. Wishlist: an option to disable sound.
  • BUG: It doesnt trigger alarms consistently. I think the issue is if Firefox closes and the alarm happens later a day or so later, then it forgets. For example, i have two alarms set right now and i have had Firefox running for 8 hours now but prior to this my system was off...the timers were to trigger right now but both did not. Its a clear long time bug that the author doesnt care to fix.

    AUTHOR: Please add a context-menu so one can create a timer. Seems silly that one has to rely on the icon to get access...i prefer to hide the icon because it just sits there doing nothing.
  • Simple, dependable, nice-looking. I like the built-in alarm sounds, too, which are pleasantly subtle. Thanks to the developer for their fine work.

    I thought I'd clarify a couple of things that may not be obvious:

    • An "Alarm" is like an alarm clock: You set it to go off at a particular time of day (using the 0-24 hour format), on one or more days of the week. It takes effect as soon as you create it. You can click the slider control next to it to turn it off and on again.

    • A "Timer" is a countdown timer: You set it to run for a specific length of time (minimum 1 minute) till it goes off. However, it does NOT start automatically; you must click its "play" (triangle) icon to start it.

    Maybe the reviewers who thought the extension had "stopped working" didn't realize they had to re-start their alarms/timers to run them again. (That said, Alarms _do_ restart automatically if you select "Repeat Weekly" when you create them.)

    The extension's only shortcoming, IMHO, is that the alarm window always appears in the upper left corner, even if you drag it elsewhere before closing it; it'd be nice (and more standard GUI practice) if the extension "remembered" its position. Also, the "vibrating alarm clock" animation seems like overkill---it really necessary, in addition to the window appearing and the sound playing? Maybe it could be an option, for users who like that sort of thing?
  • Не срабатывают будильники поле перезагрузки - хотя стоят настройки циклического срабатывания.
    ЗАйти и сохранить или включить/выключть - активируют.
  • Worked the first day or two, then just stopped working completely
  • Simple interface and easy to access