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A new dictionary addon for firefox

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#1 luoihoc


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Posted 26 December 2008 - 09:13 AM

D4G is a new dictionary addon for firefox. By default it uses several database sources on the web : Babylon, Google, Dictionary, Reference, Therasus etc.. to translate word or pharse. You can also add your own favorite website.
Trigger the translation by pointing mouse at the word and press Ctrl-Mouse Click, or selecting words or pharses and press Ctrl-Z
There is also pronouciation. It's extremly customable and useful.

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Posted 26 December 2008 - 05:00 PM

This is an "Experimental" addon. Only advanced users should try it.

What is an experimental add-on?

Experimental add-ons are meant for advanced users to test add-ons before they are made available and reviewed for general use. Many add-ons may be in prototype form. Experimental add-ons may be alpha, beta or pre-production in quality, performance and features.

Caution should be used when installing experimental add-ons, as they have not been tested by an editor and may harm your computer configuration.
How do I know an experimental add-on when I see one on the site?

Experimental add-ons are marked with an "experimental" label and require login before you install them.
Why do I have to log in to install an experimental add-on?

The add-on site requires that users log in to install experimental add-ons as a reminder that you are about to undertake a risk step.
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