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La Luna
RIP Lisa
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join:2001-07-12
Warwick, NY
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1 recommendation

reply to shwing

Re: LCD Clock Extension 0.4.2

You can also just drag/drop the xpi into the add on manager window.


shwing
A Sphincter Says What ?

join:2002-11-14
reply to kkb2
thanks, works like a charm


ltsnow
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Valdosta, GA
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1 recommendation

reply to FastEddie
Cool FastEddie. Thanks and here's wishing you a shot of J.T.S. Brown for Christmas.


Jan Janowski
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join:2000-06-18
Skokie, IL
reply to FastEddie
What is an XPI file? Won't open.

Thought it was a zip?
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squid13
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Cantonment, FL
reply to FastEddie
Installed just fine, how do you get a different back ground color. Right now it is the default color and I'd like to change it to something else but don't know how.
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hayc59
Im Your Huckleberry
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David R.I.P.
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reply to FastEddie
How do you get this installed into Firefox??
thank you


IndianaGuy

@98.222.182.x
reply to FastEddie
It works on my '64bit' version of CyberFox. (Windows 7 Home)
I had to unzip to desktop and use the "load from file" as drag and drop was rejected.

Nice. I also have it in my Firefox.


Racerbob
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Webster, NY
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reply to FastEddie
Why is this post a "sticky" ?


Santa Fe
Living With Diabetes.
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Freight Yard
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said by Racerbob:

Why is this post a "sticky" ?

It's been declared a National Monument?
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Racerbob
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Webster, NY
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It could become a national "movement" and get flushed ?


chrisretusn
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reply to FastEddie
Pretty nice clock. (Thumbs up!)

Already have one though, really don't see a use for another in Firefox.

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Chris
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Mister M

join:2010-05-01
Vancouver, BC
reply to FastEddie
I never even noticed this thread before.

An LCD clock that appears in your web browser? Was this developed by some super-genius? Whoever is responsible for this marvelous creation had better patent it soon before someone steals this brilliant idea!

Now all I have to do is open Firefox to find out what time it is. Simply brilliant!

Next thing you know Microsoft will start placing a clock on the desktop, and...wait for it - probably the day, month, and year as well!

Whoever the creator of this extension is will make millions selling this to Microsoft! Now why did I never think of creating this?