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The new method seems to work quite nicely. A tip is to leave the definitions window open - next time you want a definition it will load faster as the existing window will be re-used.
Let me know what you think of this! I'm also considering adding a panel at the bottom of the tab, like the Split Pannel extension.
If you'd like this extension to have a proper & reliable method of getting definitions from Google please "star" this feature request: https://code.google.com/p/google-ajax-apis/issues/detail?id=16.
I've tried to put this together fairly quickly so there may be a few bugs.
Please use https://bitbucket.org/eug48/inline-google-definitions-firefox to report issues and play with the source code.
You can now close the definitions window by right-clicking inside it
OK, I've finally managed to see the compatibility problem after doing a fresh install...Hopefully it will be fixed by this version bump - I'm not sure what the problem is yet..
- Back button when looking stuff up from within definitions window
Lots of bugfixes:
- Fixed links to sources
- Works properly in sites like apple.com that set global styles
- Close button works with NoScript extension
- Code cleanup
- JS strict warning