An easy-to-use all-in-one Unix Epoch timestamp converter.
Unix Converter allows you to do nearly everything you can imagine with Unix Epoch timestamps.
- Convert any number into a human-readable date from any website (even iframes!) by holding CTRL and highlighting it (can be disabled).
- A (disabled unless turned on) context menu version of the above feature (conversion). Enable it in the settings of the popup and highlight a number and then right click the selection. Clicking on the menu item copies the conversion to your clipboard.
- Display the current Unix Epoch timestamp (in seconds, milliseconds, and human readable formats) with live changes and an easy click to copy.
- Automatically picks the best format to fetch the timestamp in (supports seconds/milliseconds/microseconds/nanoseconds) or you can even choose the specific fetching format in the popup settings.
- Change the format that the human-readable date will display.
- Change the timezone that the date will display in (leave blank for your timezone).
- Convert specific Unix Epoch timestamp within the popup window.
- Convert human-readable dates to Unix Epoch timestamp within the popup window.
- Add a history feature so you can see past conversions and where/when they were converted (this will only be stored locally, and will be able to be turned off).
- Add ability to use custom CSS for converting on a website.
- Save/Load/Clear settings for easier transitions between browsers/computers.
- Add better french number fetching support.
- Add other language support (currently only displays in English).
- Full rework of the popup UI to include the logo at the top instead of text, tabs for smaller popup window, changes to the switch for toggling features, and more!
- Added option to turn off CTRL conversion
- Fixed Firefox regex negative lookbehind error.
- Fixed suggested key being a common key for cycling.
Below is the URL to the Github repository.