Statusbar Date() Publisher's description
Displays a highly customisable and togglable date/time in the statusbar
Statusbar Date() is a Firefox extension that uses format specifiers to allow you to display the date/time in your statusbar however you want! You can even mix in regular text with your desired format!
- Displays the current date/time in the statusbar.
- Left clicking on Statusbar Date() toggles it to contract, only showing the icon in the statusbar. Clicking on it again will cause it to expand once again.
- Right clicking Statusbar Date() opens the Options dialog.
- Format the date/time by using a combination of format specifiers and regular text.
- Change the position of Statusbar Date() on the statusbar.
- Choose whether or not Statusbar Date() should start expanded when Firefox is launched.
- Choose whether or not the icon should be hidden when Statusbar Date() is expanded.
For people that are wondering what the "()" in the add-on name means. It's a reference to the PHP date() function, which is what the format specifiers are based off. (If you're not a programmer you might not get it.)
What's New in This Release:В· Added a namespace to help improve add-on compatibility.
В· Fixed the bug that caused Statusbar Date() to contract/expand when the "Start with Statusbar Date() expanded when Firefox is launched" option was changed.
System Requirements:В· Mozilla Firefox
Program Release Status:
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall