5 üzerinden 4,3 puan
5 üzerinden 4,3 puan
- yazan: FastKC, 3 yıl önce5 üzerinden 5 puanHow to disable in section Other: Radar or satelitte [system] [custom] or how can I disable the image of Radar or satelitte (not useful for me and the image needs much RAM)? TIA Oleksandr.
- yazan: Marcome Yates, 3 yıl önce5 üzerinden 3 puanI miss the old version that would be in your status bar and not a button to hover above it. I had the old version working in the last version of Firefox, but now they have this Legacy thing, and previous version won't work anymore. Wish the fixed version would work in statusbar.
- yazan: cricri13, 3 yıl önce5 üzerinden 3 puanCette nouvelle version n'est pas pratique par rapport à la version de base ou l'affichage se faisait dans la barre d'état.
De plus actuellement en cliquant sur l'icône je n'ai pas de tableau récapitulatif.On peut espérer une amélioration de l'interface.
Beau travail quand même.
- yazan: Firefox kullanıcısı 12358661, 3 yıl önce5 üzerinden 5 puanI do enjoy this thats why I gave it 5 stars. I just miss the ability to be able to move the status bar of the weather from the bottom to the top. Could you consider bring this feature back.
- yazan: Idaho Jim, 3 yıl önce5 üzerinden 4 puanI may be an older stick in the mud as preferred the Add-On bar method. Was not obtrusive and didn't have some button floating around to get in the way of normal mouse movement.
Currently this add-on seems to be for a left handed person. Would be better if that floating icon had options to be removed or relocated elsewhere.
As it is the right-hand side is an annoying area. Why not have the option to put it on the far left-hand side? Rarely does my mouse go there, and on most topic pages and social media the left side would make more sense.
Or better yet, Firefox still has ITS OWN Add-On Toolbar under View > Toolbars. If that icon could be moved to there, or to run horizontally across there, uniformly (instead of the current staggered formation) that would be worthy of itself.
Firefox already had an icon with a Sun, showed 86°, so added that to Firefox's Add-On Bar, which gives me 6 days of forecast. Am guessing Firefox sees an Accuweather link so it added that option. Still, the Umbrella icon sits on the right-side, and no way to move it anywhere on the page to some other location - like the upper-left for instance, or in another bar.
Still, the Forecast Fox still thrives and gives us an option, even if we do not like it, to see the weather on demand. Me, I would MUCH RATHER have it in on Add-On or Extra Tool Bar and displayed horizontally all the time, that can be glanced at, and not be in the way of my other tasks.
I ride a pedal-powered vehicle and I want to know what days look the best for a local or distance ride, or plan my field related work accordingly, and on the fly. Is why I like to see at least 4 days in advance what the weather is going to look like when I have Firefox loaded.
Since this option is not inherently available, cannot give it the 5 stars I would have if it could be more functionally usable as a passive interface - rather than invoked one.
- yazan: eroock, 3 yıl önce5 üzerinden 4 puan... the expanded version could sit on the New Addon Bar (like the old Forecast Fox did) where it wouldn't block the text in the bottom part of the screen. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/new-add-on-bar/
- yazan: Netscaper, 3 yıl önce5 üzerinden 1 puanThat said, Mozilla products, particularly its (Firefox) browser is hopelessly bad year after year. It is now incompatible with one of the best weather add-ons. There's nothing we can do.
- yazan: Tommy, 3 yıl önce5 üzerinden 1 puanv.2.4.8 don't work in FF+WF 55, why?version 2.4.8 (last for XUL-technology) - is broken: City search does not work
I could not fix and make version 2.4.9, because 2.4.8 uses the outdated version of jQuery
jQuery 1.x is now forbidden by Mozilla, read more: https://bit.ly/1TRIyZY
and I had to choose - either completely rewrite code for WebExtensions (version 3.4) or completely rewrite code for a new jQuery (version 2.4.9)
I chose WebExtensions.
- yazan: Firefox kullanıcısı 13107322, 3 yıl önce5 üzerinden 3 puanwhen tab is blank the umbrella does not appear- it should
1. Forecast bar will not be displayed on some sites from mozilla.org and google.com
2. Forecast bar will not be displayed on sites that do not have pages, for example error 404 (page not found)
3. Forecast bar will not be displayed on internal Firefox and GoogleChrome pages, for example about:addons , about:config , chrome://extensions/ , chrome://settings/ , etc.
4. Forecast bar will not be displayed on the WebExtensions pages "moz-extension://...." , "chrome-extension://...."
5. Forecast bar may not be displayed correctly on some sites. In this case, report the problem on the forum
- yazan: Firefox kullanıcısı 13209061, 3 yıl önce5 üzerinden 1 puanI can't use this addon anymore, because I had massive problems with different websites e.g. ebay. Links / buttons / searches were not working / opening anymore.
After deactivating every addon and activating them one for another, Forecastfox (4.5 on FF 54) was resulting that problems.The problems are not in the extension, - problems in Firefox: there is an error in processing "chrome.webRequest.onHeadersReceived" method for these sites
But I want to please you - in new versions of Firefox, including in Firefox Nightly 57.0a1 (2017-08-02), this problem has already been fixed
- yazan: alex26, 3 yıl önce5 üzerinden 5 puanHello,
Thanks for your job, it's the best weather extension, very simply to use.
But i have a suggestion for the new weather bar: In the last versions (2.4.8 in Firefox especially) with the addon bar, all weather informations (7 days with nights) was on one line.
Now with the new version and new bar (web extension), to display all info (days and nights), it takes 2 lines.
Would it be possible to make it possible to have the information on a single line as was the case before with the addon bar ? The font size seems to be larger and so the 7 days of forecasts take 2 lines instead of one before.
I now use Opera as a browser because I don't like what Firefox becomes (deletion of extensions, java, flash player, ...) and Operar is lighter. Is theren't on this browser an addon bar similar to the one we had on Firefox?
Sorry for my bad English, i use google translate^^ (thanks for your google translate extension in firefox, it's perfect !)
Greetings from France ;)> Would it be possible to make it possible to have the information on a single line as was the case before with the addon bar ?
With the settings you can limit the display of days, nights, icons, labels
> Is theren't on this browser an addon bar similar to the one we had on Firefox?
I do not know.
The current version of Forecastfox uses the same code for Firefox and Chrome (Opera is also based on the Chrome engine)
PS: Please use the forum for discussion and questions:
- yazan: JimH, 3 yıl önce5 üzerinden 2 puanI can no longer use this add-on as it directly conflicts with web sites and other add-ons. Social Fixer loses icons when this add-on is in use and Forecastfox blocks my ability to sign into Lowe's web page. There maybe more conflicts but I am not aware of them.
- yazan: Firefox kullanıcısı 13156473, 3 yıl önce5 üzerinden 1 puanThis new version sucks in EVERY way possible. Zero control of where the icon is. HELLLOOOOO!!! Lower right is the worst place you could have developed. Not to mention the controls are sketchy, the entire design just SUCKS!!! Plus it always defaults back to NY. Fire the dev clown that designed this nightmare and give us back our status bar so we can move it up top.
- yazan: Nel713, 3 yıl önce5 üzerinden 1 puanRadar causes pages to lag, but cannot be turned-off in options. With previous versions I could eliminate the radar/sattelite and enjoy everything else. After removing ForecastFox, my pages load smoothly. I've tried everything...but i guess there is no way to eliminate the radar GIF!
- yazan: DBR, 3 yıl önce5 üzerinden 5 puanWas tired of part or all of aniweather being broken all the time so I decided to look for something new. Saw a suggestion to try Forecast fox & I couldn't be happier. Love the look, layout & multitude of options, although I only changed two the location & Icons because I liked the defaults on all the others. Keep up the good work I love this add-on. :-)
- yazan: DanielB, 3 yıl önce5 üzerinden 5 puanHi, Oleksandr!
Thank you for your great job keeping Forecast Fox!
Yesterday I have noticed something that I am not sure if it is a bug or a behavior change of the text that is shown by placing the mouse over the weather icon. Below a screenshot. I'm using Firefox 52.2.0 ESR.
Before only was shown something like the first line ("Soleado, ...) without the dashes.
- yazan: mike, 3 yıl önce5 üzerinden 4 puanI like it, is handy and provides the needed info, but, if Firefox will close support for the XUL, is it possible to have this add-on on some toolbar at least? I don't like it injecting elements in almost any page I open. This is NOT securely because could be used to track user's activity, for instance.
- yazan: ononoma, 3 yıl önce5 üzerinden 5 puanDear Developer,
Thanks for all your hard work. This extension has been great!
As Mozilla seems to be making future development/updates of really great extensions “precarious” I wanted to find out if this update will be problematic or breakdown in the future? In other words should I stay where I’m at?
I’m currently using ver. 2.48. Everything is working, including location. I’ve disabled auto updates because new FF compliance's have already broken a few extensions (or will cause breakdown in the future). The first example of this coming to mind is/was X-Notifier. The last two versions are FF compliant, but don’t function. They…. suck. Not the developers fault, he warned months ago this would happen with Moz changing policies and updates. Yet everyone initially screamed at him when it broke down. There was a temporarily a work around, rolling back 2 versions. This made everything work again, but then with another FF update, even the legacy version only partly works.
So In regards to your extension, would you recommend updating to the latest version, or stay with the previous one which I’m running?
My Machine; Window 7 64 bit, latest FF 64 bit version for windows.
One more issue, and if you don’t have time for this one no problem.
I’ve read that if users install FF 52 ESR (I’m not sure what it is and if it’s secure), all legacy versions will work. Wouldn’t using a legacy version of FF, as well as extension present a security risk?
This really sucks for FF developers and users. I really hate Chrome, it’s heavy on resources, super proprietary, nosy and intrusive as hell. I have no idea why Moz is killing the best part of FF, the extensions. Especially security and utilities extensions. The other stuff I could care less.
Also, if Moz is going to make life difficult to impossible (depending on which developer you’re talking to, and their extension) for developers, why don’t you all go to Opera? I’m betting a lot of people would follow.
It’s my second choice browser, and although it’s Chromium based, it’s lightweight and even has a VPN built in. But they have mostly lame apps.
You’re opinion/feedback on this whole Moz turning FF into Chrome and how to proceed would be appreciated!
Thanks for every thing!
- yazan: Ronifae, 3 yıl önce5 üzerinden 5 puanAlthough I was unhappy with the removal of the status bar option, I knew there was one more option I could try. So I moved the Forecastfox icon to the sidebar. It is still handy although not as visually accessible as having it laid out on bottom of my window.
Today I installed the latest iteration and now I have not only the sun icon in the sidebar but an umbrella at the lower right of my window.
I don't want the umbrella as the sidebar option gives me all I need with the same effort. How do I get rid of it???
ETA: Thanks, Olesandr. That did the trick. Upgrading my rating.