- vertigo 님, 3년 전5점 만점에 4점Nice, useful addon, though it's too bad the newer versions can't be used on <Firefox 57. Also, an option to open the menu on left-click would be nice, and it definitely needs the ability to export/import the settings, which is the main reason it's not 5-stars.
Edit: Down from 4 to 3 stars since not only am I forced to use an older version, since the newer versions aren't compatible with <v57 (running Waterfox), but I keep telling it not to show me the warning message about the flags getting out of date yet it KEEPS showing me the message anyways. If you're going to update it in a way that leaves a large portion of your users behind, at least don't rub it in our faces.
Second edit: Back to 4-stars now that I'm using a more up-to-date version, though it would be nice if it could be added to AMO or at least be signed by Mozilla. And I still would really like to see the ability to backup the configuration. As previously mentioned, that would make it near-perfect.
개발자 답글3년 전에 게시됨If you're using Firefox 52 ESR, or a fork based on it, I've been releasing Flagfox 5.2.x ESR updates that support it. If not, please update your browser or switch to one of those; running a browser without its security updates is dangerous. You can download the latest Flagfox 5.2.x ESR version here:
- Quang Trinh 님, 3년 전5점 만점에 4점Nice, but if I can disable some context menus by myself it'd be better. For now I almost turn off all of them using the userChrome.css method. If the add-on itself has that feature, it would be perfect, thank you!
- Andyross 님, 3년 전5점 만점에 4점I have used this for years, and am glad it is still supported and was updated to handle the new WebEx format. I do only have one issue with this current version 6.0: It sometimes doesn't seem to display the flag and info and just shows a generic green globe. I almost wonder if the page renders too fast for it to get the needed info? A page refresh usually updates the flag.
개발자 답글3년 전에 게시됨It's not the rendering speed, per se. There's no API to get IP addresses after requests, and fetches of cached requests leave their IP field blank. A manual refresh forces a new actual request and thus fetch of the IP, at which point it works. If you're getting the globe when a refresh will cause it to change to a flag, then either Flagfox was loaded before the page was or it somehow got confused and forgot a cached IP, somehow.
Due to the API limitations here, I've got to listen to IPs ahead of time and cache them for when needed. Caching is easy; caching without keeping everything cached forever and becoming a giant memory leak, is more difficult. Flagfox 6.0.1 has some cache improvements, with more likely to come in future updates. TL;DR: Working on it.
- Firefox user 13180715 님, 3년 전5점 만점에 4점Nice to see it updated to post-quantum compatibility.
Seconding the issue where it doesn't always work on the first page load. On soft-refeshing the page it then works fine. would prefer to lose the context menu items but not a big problem. Everything else seems good.
Now if only Mozilla pull their finger out and create the needed API's then hopefully this and my other extensions can go back to working how the used to.