AnalogClock-Firefox Add-On

February 12th, 2010
Latest version: 0.71 Download

AnalogClock is a Firefox extension that adds a stylized analog clock to your browser status bar, which is the bar that runs along the bottom of your browser window. The time appears in your browser’s status bar with an hour, minute and second hand:

AnalogClock appears in your browser status bar

AnalogClock does not do anything other than tell the time, and look stylish. Clicking the clock allows you to select from over ten analog clock styles, including:

AnalogClock Display Styles

Options Dialog Box

Latest Update
Version 0.71:
This version will fixes an error message that some users experienced when opening the preferences window for the first time. The previous error message could be usually be fixed by selecting a clock style and closing the preferences window. This version should also be compatible with Firefox 3.6


Past Updates

Version 0.70:
Initial version.

  1. YC Maa
    January 15th, 2010 at 20:46 | #1

    It seemed that the package cannot be downloaded via Firefox with the following error message:
    because: Not a valid install package
    -207

  2. Luis
    February 10th, 2010 at 04:47 | #2

    In my case it shows 1 hour plus the system time. Where does it take the time from?
    The clock is so small that the second pointer almost can’t be seen, but resources are used to move it each second. Maybe it could be disabled.

  3. February 12th, 2010 at 15:06 | #3

    I’ve never seen AnalogClock display the incorrect time. If you could take a screenshot of the clock next to the time on your taskbar that would help. The clock currently just reads your system time and should not change it in any way. What OS and browser version are you using?

  4. Alistair West
    March 2nd, 2010 at 04:34 | #4

    Can the clock be set to display the time in Florida USA? My computer is in Scotland north of Aberdeen!
    thanks
    Alistair West

  5. March 4th, 2010 at 12:52 | #5

    I would love for the clock to have a timezone feature, but I haven’t finished it yet.
    It is on my to do list.

  1. November 18th, 2009 at 13:02 | #1