Thanks everyone for the great feedback! Now that it seems everything work fine, I published the final extension on the Chrome Web Store, you can find it here and install it in one click:
Please remove the beta extension first, of course. Using the Web Store extension will guarantee you are always using the latest version.
@UXBarn This chart use the local timezone, I added this detail to the title.
@LCweb Good idea! This will be much easier to read with this. Definitively adding this!
@digitalscience your suggestion of climbing graph with previous months lines is quite interesting, I will add this widget for sure!
Thanks to everybody!
@LCweb the timezone is your local timezone (the one from your computer), it’s true that it is not really obvious. I am planning to add the option to choose between local timezone and Envato’s timezone, for those that may be more comfortable with it
About Firefox, I never created an extension for it, but it shouldn’t be too hard. If someone feels like doing it, I’d be happy to help Most of the code will work fine, there are just a few Chrome-specific functions and CSS properties that would need to be ported.
@mrcharlesbrown Did you try to reset the settings and rebuild the database using the settings menu on bottom right? This may help
Glad to hear it works! Any other issue anyone?
@CarlosVilora and @UXBarn: make sure you have refreshed the extension in Chrome extension panel, and then refresh the statement page.
It the issue is still here, click the Reset settings in the settings menu on bottom right, then rebuild the database. The cached data is probably broken, this will rebuild it from scratch
Just open the browser’s developer tools (hit F12 ), switch to the console tab and copy the whole output you will find there