- Rated 3 out of 5by Firefox user 14255156, a year agoIt isn't much faster than right clicking, selecting "search google for..." and clicking the first online dictionary that pops up. I don't like extensions cluttering up my toolbar, so if I want to look up a definition I have to move the mouse across the screen and open the overflow menu before clicking the icon, which removes all the convenience of it. If the extension had a button in the context menu to open the popup it'd be perfect because you'd just need to double click, right click, and left click with very little space between each. While only a minor nitpick, the slightest (in)convenience goes a long way with an extension as simple as this
Developer responseposted a year agoHi there, we do appreciate your feedback although it is actually much faster and easier to use our plugin. A
ll that is required is to highlight the word in question and click on the plugin icon on the toolbar -- that's it! A list of definitions will return back and get displayed on the plugin's popup. No need to navigate through websites whatsoever, and you're staying on the page you've been at.
We hope you'll give it a try, see how simple and efficient it is, and consider updating your score...