Hi Wikiwide, thanks for this, works good as far as I know. And thanks too for not giving more attention to stupid comments from non-thinking ppl. Some only see what they want to see. "ENGLISH LANGAUGE" indeed, yea right. Thirdly, thanks for doing your best to keep up with updates, not so easy, as you said. Ta-da.
Can this really be true, is Mozilla.org becoming like the French, only our language should prevail . . :-( not very impressed so why should we bother to support you with future donations ? Incredibly stupid sad to discover this.
0). I am not affiliated with Mozilla, nor is Mozilla affiliated with me. If you dislike my add-on, blame me, not Mozilla.org in general. If you dislike the direction Mozilla takes, don't blame me. Feel free to check availability of languages at webpage https://addons.mozilla.org/en-GB/firefox/language-tools/ 1). I have not supported this extension for a very long time. Firefox changes all the time, supporting an original language pack and keeping up with all the changes isn't that easy even for somebody actively involved with Firefox - and I haven't been doing much Firefox-related activities for the last few years. 2). It's a language pack for Firefox browser, not a dictionary (aka spell checker pack). Dictionaries (which Anonymous user 607ea0 is apparently looking for) are at https://addons.mozilla.org/en-GB/firefox/language-tools/ Keep in mind that language packs are not dictionaries. Language packs change appearance of Firefox (text-wise), dictionaries help user to check spelling while typing something. 3). mageguru, as mentioned in the description, it is a "en-GB" locale, so it is intentionally European English, not American English. It's not like I have resources to support Internet-Explorer-like locale (aka language pack) in Japanese, or German, or French.
I am curious about the cause inflow of reviews around 2016-2017... The attention could have been flattering, had it not displayed a problem with communication between users and Mozilla about Firefox functionality.
mageguru, as mentioned in the description, it is a "en-GB" locale, so it is intentionally European English, not American English. Unfortunately, copying this en-GB IE locale would probably not be a good starting point anymore, since Firefox has experienced many changes since then.
Don't write review just if extension isn't updated; write it when you see a disadvantage, have a suggestion, etc. If you want to speed up process of upgrading, overflow my email with letters or develop helpful extension (read in release notes for Firefox 3.5).
I still have the problem about Bookmarks Toolbar. Could you (or anybody else) advise about it? Where does it come from?
This language pack caused no crashes (at least on my computer). The only reason why I don't nominate it, is the fact, that it isn't finished; in some places you may still see a word from Firefox. But there are no bugs, as far as I know.
The same applies to my theme IE6: it's not finished but it has no bugs.