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FoxClocks has been updated

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FoxClocks 4.6.1 for Google Chrome and Firefox Quantum (released January 16th, 2018)

This version of FoxClocks fixes conflicts with a number of sites, most notably Google Calendar.

For Firefox users, we’ve we’ve improved the FoxClocks pop-up window (opened when you click the FoxClocks icon), and added little dividers between the clocks in the statusbar. These enhancements were already in place for Chrome users. Finally we’ve actually genuinely fixed clocks being included on web page print-outs for Firefox (this is not an issue for Chrome users).


Welcome to the new FoxClocks, nothing like the old FoxClocks!

This version took weeks of development – please consider donating by clicking the friendly yellow button above!

With Firefox Quantum, ‘legacy’ extensions such as the original FoxClocks no longer run, and new-style extensions are much more limited in their ability to modify the browser; they can’t, for example, create or add to a statusbar or toolbar. We’ve added a simulated FoxClocks statusbar, but are aware that it can occasionally interfere with web pages – you can close the statusbar on any page, or disable it entirely from the options. Read more about how the next FoxClocks works here.

Thanks for your understanding.