Rated 1 out of 5by Firefox user 13989222, a year ago
The new update now causes a popup of wiktionary whenever I highlight text on a webpage that I am going to copy. I highlight and copy a lot and this is very annoying. I thought I had been infected with a virus or an unwanted extension and did a Google search to find out how to get rid of it. The stupid update wouldn't allow a search for my parameters but instead would show every word in my parameters in wiktionary. I love Grammarly until this update. I had to turn it off. If you want five starts you better get rid of this part of the program or allow us to turn off wiktionary. I DO NOT need a popup to tell me the definition of what I am highlighting to copy!
- Rated 2 out of 5by Firefox user 15242194, a month agoAs a grammar checker it's really good. My biggest problem is how it collides with other UI aspects of the interface.
For text boxes that are expandable you grab the bottom right of the box and drag it to a bigger size.
Grammarly puts its interface in the same area but further in the text box. 80% of the time I can expand the text box fine, but there are times when Grammarly just grabs focus and there is no way for me to expand the text box.
I have sent this to them as a bug report months ago but heard nothing back. I have had this issue on both Windows and Linux installs of Firefox.