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Topic # 80013 25-Mar-2011 18:07 Send private message

The Xnet usage monitor Firefox extension (v 1.4.3) doesn't seem to be compatible with Firefox 4.

Is this the latest version avaialble?

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  Reply # 451860 25-Mar-2011 19:28 Send private message

firefox 4 has only been out 2 days, i would imagine only the very latest extensions to be compatiable with it. Even more so considering it can take upto 1 week for updates to an extension to be approved by mozilla.



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  Reply # 451870 25-Mar-2011 20:18 Send private message

Thanks for that info. I was trying to confirm that v 1.4.3 was the latest though?

 

 



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  Reply # 451940 26-Mar-2011 01:16 Send private message

With the new meter it'd be nice if it could be put up in the bookmarks toolbar, and only show a small icon. A small icon is key, don't want a huge bar taking up space (could perhaps be enabled if desired). Don't really want to have to re enable the bottom status bar thing, only for the usage monitor either.



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  Reply # 458538 14-Apr-2011 07:36 Send private message

Well, looks as though v1.4.7 is now out, and works with Firefox 4.

Thanks Xnet Smile

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  Reply # 458964 14-Apr-2011 21:39 Send private message

RunningMan: Well, looks as though v1.4.7 is now out, and works with Firefox 4.

Thanks Xnet Smile

Thanks for the update.  I installed it but couldn't see the icon until I figured out you need the "Add-on Bar" enabled (Ctrl+/) Smile

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  Reply # 459015 15-Apr-2011 07:05 Send private message

Any way of moving it out of the menu bar? Just wasting space with no other add-ons. Not using if because of that.

Other option is to use the tray icon which gives the same info, but also as a desktop widget (using XP, don;t know what it looks like on 7).




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