- by Firefox user 17410443, 4 days agoRated 4 out of 5If you follow certain stylistic practices (particularly related to the use/omission of hyphens in certain words; e.g., "overeating" vs. "over-eating"), LT will give you a lot of falsely-marked errors. It's not a huge deal though, and the overall value of the tool is enormous.
- by Tea, 6 days agoRated 5 out of 5Didn't think myself the guy to write then patiently go through every error. the interface is really great and the way it sinks into the webpage is not disruptive. I'm glad its not in your face and merely just a suggestion tool if you feel you need it. excellent and essential add on for the Firefox web experience. great work guys. one minor issue that really is just a nitpick is the lack of dark mode or alternative themes. i use light mode 80% because i feel more productive but the option would be nice for those who use dark mode.
Developer responseposted 5 days agoThanks for your feedback. We support dark mode websites by using dark colors in the add-on interface automatically if used on a website with dark colors. It's independent of whether dark mode is activated.
- by Daniel, 7 days agoRated 4 out of 5It works. The only issues I've had is that it'll incorrectly flag text in code blocks (which I guess is expected), and long links that carry over into the next line. I wish there was a feature to ignore portions of the text.