Rated 5 out of 5by bit.ly_3comupm, 4 months ago
LATIN, please! Should be easiest of all languages... and never needs updating, except for general accuracy improvements. Then ELIZABETHAN ("Early Modern") ENGLISH, because a ton of that is in the public domain.
- Rated 1 out of 5by Yinmin, 3 days agobs. Says translations are offered by FF, except they are not. So i installed this extension for selected text. Not only do you, have to tediously select the language, it doesnt even work.. How is the giant Mozilla not able to make a simple extension
- Rated 1 out of 5by aqk, 18 days agoIt has NEVER worked for me. I am now on FF 122.0.1
And internet searching for problem, results in "problems with PRIVATE browsing" - well, I DO NOT USE private browsing.
- Rated 2 out of 5by Mavaddat Javid, 25 days agoTechnically, it works. However, it requires a little modal pop-up that doesn't stay open if you accidentally click elsewhere. Also, it does not auto-detect the source language and it doesn't remember your preferred destination language. It feels like a toy add-on made by an tinkering junior developer, not a serious translation add-on by Mozilla themselves.
- Rated 1 out of 5by Firefox user 13025695, a month agoNeeds polishing currently TWP works way beeter than this one, for example if you tranlsate and want to see original, you have to reload the page with this one, where as in TWP its a single click . at this stage its quite not there
- Rated 1 out of 5by Vladimir, a month agoMostly useless extension. Entire page translate works only with auto-detection and if site for ex in English but contains content in a different language (linkedin with a job description on Spanish) you can't trigger translation by yourself, you still need to copy text to different place manually.
- Rated 2 out of 5by bigdoggie, a month agoI support Mozilla, however the translate feature is waaaay behind Google Chrome. In addition it supports a fraction of the languages Google supports. ...So I use Google Chrome exclusively when traveling.