Anyway, I hope in the feature we get to be able to do more tweaks on the timer's looks.. :) Again awesome work guys!
the hebrew timer has a small mistake in the "hour" translation.
it's present "השעות" instead of "שעות"
(or in english - "the hours", instead of "hours")
would love if you can fix that.
Can you confirm that the timers are working in gmail? They are showing up zeroed out, but showing up fine in IOS.
Also, while requesting a password update I was getting a server error, but ended up remembering.
During test (and therefore, I checked the test email from the same account), the clock had 2 different output in two different emails.
Just to be clear: the clock was put first in a DEM aimed to UK users (and therefore, all the links in the email belongs to the UK domain) and then, in another one to international user (domain .com).
The UK email test shows the timer how should be seen by someone located in the UK...but I was checking the email from another time zone.
At the end, the output was correct..but I would like to understand why, 'cause the time format should be based on the time table of the browser - and my browser, by now, is located in Italy.
Thank you for your help,
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At the moment it's not possible without generating a new timer manually each time, and inserting it into the email.
The product is great and works in emails perfectly. I have also depoyed it to a web page where it works on http but not https. Our site is completely https and therefore it blocks non-secure content. That means it won't pull the timer in because it sits on an http server. Is it possible to create links to an https location?
I check my out to ensure that it support html and it does; however, the timer does not show when I copy/paste the embedded code. The sample timer show in the same email account. What am I doing incorrect?.
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