- Rated 3 out of 5by Firefox user 15783221, 6 months agoThey downgraded this extension and it was the best. Unfortunately, it stopped translating every language with a simple click. Now, it only does one language at a time. Since I'm frequently switching between languages and sometimes don't know a word or two, this extension is more trouble than its worth. I've been using it for years and I am incredibly disappointed at this development.
- Rated 3 out of 5by Firefox user 15231068, 8 months agoI need the translate app very often and alltime help me this app with a very good and fast translation but in last time alltime i see only a loading symbol, i can wait forever but translate me absolutely nothing.I buy pro version but same problem.Now i delete this app from my browser and add new in hope than mate pro will work for me again but unchanged all trys to translate i see only a never ending loading ! Please fixed this problem quickly!
- Rated 3 out of 5by 盗火者, 10 months ago对于谷歌翻译时不时抽风的中国用户来说，翻译功能比较可靠。
“Sadly this add-on is breaking multiple websites (fo example Nord VPN's dashboard). If you ever miss the content on the website or if images do not load, this addon is the one to blame.”
This guy is right.
And I feel like it slow down the brower a litte bit.
- Rated 3 out of 5by Firefox user 16370663, a year agoПеревод страниц работает примерно на 30% страниц. Ладно бы не работал на криво написаных сайтах, но github?.. Не всегда появляется значёк при выделении слова.
- Rated 3 out of 5by scrutinizer, 2 years agoI used to think that paying money (let alone, paying €10) for _a browser extension_ isn't the wisest thing. So OK, I bought it eventually but what do I see? It's not possible to add a translation to a words list because of a glitch: clicking the 3 dots inside the translation pop-up has absolutely no effect in every Firefox version I use. It works properly only as a stand-alone app in macOS. I see my synced words lists but no way to add words to them. The menu elements either appear dislocated on the left of the browser's window or don't show up at all.
Update. It doesn't work on such comment section as Disqus. Neither clicking nor highlighting and selecting Mate Translate from the context menu does anything.
Fix that, please.
Update March 7, 2021. Still not fixed after the latest update.
- Rated 3 out of 5by cryvage, 2 years agoWhy it is showing fonetic transcribtion only for the translation and not for the translated word? It makes the extension quite less useful when translating from foreign language to native language. And I believe foreign to native translation is the most common use case.
- Rated 3 out of 5by icewater, 3 years agoah……your work is so good but it just cannot translate the entire page into another language like you describe. I hope you can add this function,just like the google translate in the Chrome and bing translate in the Edge.
- Rated 3 out of 5by Foxyfire2020, 3 years agoTranslates fine, but breaks Deutsche Telekom BroadBand expansion map, it shows the map but no data and the search fields on the right are missing.
This website: https://www.telekom.de/zuhause/netz/breitbandausbau-deutschland#ausbaukarte
- Rated 3 out of 5by Seiki Seisakusho, 3 years agoIts promising but not working properly, especially translating webpages! Also, search box for changing languages has some issues like case sensitivity and auto completing.
- Rated 3 out of 5by Nicholas, 3 years agoWorks great and loving the "in page" translation like google. However, there is no auto translate / option to remember the domain or url you want in translated. For example, if i translate a page to English, then I click a option or sub category on the page, it reverts to the original language. This happens on the page and on a new tab. Really hope you include a option to remember the page/domain translated, so it can auto translate. Because it is very tedious to have to translate every single time when navigating the website.
- Rated 3 out of 5by Firefox user 6125715, 3 years agoMate Translate ist immerhin besser als der nun gar nicht mehr funktionierende S3-Translator.
Aber Mate Translate nervt kollosal mit 2 Mängeln:
1. Mate Translate öffnet sich automatisch beim Doppelklick auf ein Wort. Das kann man zwar ausschalten, aber leider nicht dauerhaft. Nach dem nächsten Browser-Start ist die Doppelklick-Funktion wieder aktiv. Furchtbar!
2. Das Übersetzungsfenster passt sich nicht automatisch dem Inhalt an. Deshalb muss man in einem winzigen "Mäusekino" scrollen, damit man den übersetzten Text lesen kann. Grausam!