- by Firefox user 16852922, 5 days agoRated 3 out of 5I have been using Grammarily for some time. It has been very useful for spelling and a lot of commas. I have rewritten some paragraphs for clarity which is also helpful. It occasionally makes verb errors with compound sentences. Sometime it wants me to change a word but it will change my meaning or emphasis. I do think it is a useful tool and have renewed my subscription.
- by OMG_WaitWhat, 17 days agoRated 1 out of 5HORRIBLE! They frequently highlight words that are proper, not only in spelling, but proper in grammar usage. This happens with just about everything I type, so I removed their ad-on completely and will never use them again.
- by Ameeno, a month agoRated 1 out of 5Awful awful, such a god damn annoying extension. Yes it helps my typing ( I am a premium user) but for some ridiculous unknown reason, when i accept a change, the cursor moves somewhere else and replaces another part of the text with the error that i selected. the error is completely unrelated to the error it is fixing, therefore it ruins my text and my work and makes my life actually harder.
I suppose i could simply use its advice and fix text manually, but i mean, why cant it simply NOT MOVE THE CURSOR OR MOVE CURSOR TO THE RIGHT PLACE BEFORE EVER MODIFYING ANY TEXT???
is the extension that modifies text that god damn stupid?
is it that hard to do a find/replace and not just modify inplace?
if your gonna modify in place, at least. please. for the love of god. go to the RIGHT PLACE......
sigh.. i am so annoyed writing this because this extension has been pissing me off all day.