- by Firefox user 15158553, 2 years agoRated 5 out of 5Why is this NOT the default dictionary for Australian users?? This should be required by law! We are sick and tired of American butchered English being forced upon us in every software package!!
- by Firefox user 14460961, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5*Edit* I downloaded the 2014 version of this extension and it is working properly again. I can also find the en-AU files on my system with the old version, whereas they are missing when I run the latest version.
I've been using this dictionary without issue for years (5 stars for that!). It started to not work today, and this page shows that the extension was updated 14 hours ago. Lots of words that I type correctly are showing up as errors now, like the word 'invoice'. If I switch to English (United States) then all my errors go away.
While troubleshooting I noticed that the website this plugin links to is no longer working and is showing a 'domain for sale' page. I'm also unable to find some of the files referenced by this extensions XPI file on my system (e.g. en-AU.dic, en-AU.aff). I'm wondering if the broken domain is causing those files to not be downloaded to my system (I'm not sure if they were actually ever present or not).
I'm just hoping that the linked domain registration has lapsed, and that this extension hasn't been hijacked by someone else who now controls the domain justcameron[dot]com and pushed though the update that occurred earlier today (if that is even possible).
Not sure how else to get in touch with the author.