Rated 4.7 out of 5
4.7 Stars out of 5
- by Firefox user 16037713, 4 months agoRated 5 out of 5This extension is a lifesaver. I agree with one of the other reviews about creating some sort of guide for settings, shortcuts, annotations, and such; I look forward to this in the future! I have WWWJDIC’s dictionary codes as a pinned tab now, so the annotations make more sense. Anyway, thanks and keep up the good work!
Developer responseposted 3 months agoThank you! Yes, I am working on fixing the dictionary code annotations now but it will take a few more weeks. I should also make guidance for the shortcuts and settings after that. Thank you again!
- by Firefox user 15980980, 4 months agoRated 5 out of 5I made an account just to let you know that, as a language learner - this has improved the quality of my life tremendously. You saved me so much time in studying, flashcards, everything. Thank you so much
- by Docdoc, 5 months agoRated 4 out of 5Back in the days it was called rikai-chan and i was able to install different languages, is this still possible? How?
Developer responseposted 5 months agoYou can switch languages for the kanji dictionary at the moment from the settings panel. I will add language switching for the other dictionaries in the next few months.
- by Firefox user 14991459, 5 months agoRated 4 out of 5Great extension, will help you learn new words. My only problem is, it could serve it well to have some explanation about it. Took me weeks to realize it had a Name Dictionary, even longer time to decipher what uk, ok, pn, (P) etc. meant, and I still don't know what some of them mean.
Developer responseposted 5 months agoThanks for the excellent feedback. I hope to make the ok, uk, pn, (P) annotations more clear in a future release after updating the database format. Currently they are simply the annotations used by WWWJDIC.
That's a good idea to help users discover the names and kanji dictionaries too. Thank you!
- by Padlerouge, 6 months agoRated 5 out of 5Huge user of Rikaichan I am now a fan of this add-on.
Many thanks to the developer for saving me precious time!
PS: how can I do to install this to thunderbird to?
Developer responseposted 6 months agoThank you so much!
Unfortunately Thunderbird does not yet have the necessary interfaces to make this add-on work with it yet but I am constantly watching its updates. I will make a version available once it is possible.
- by Mahabarata1234, 9 months agoRated 4 out of 5This is excellent. Fast and easy.
What I want is the 'top-level display' of translation/analysis only. Not including atomic or subatomic breakdown of components of highlighted items. Not that comprehensive analyses are useless. Usually, I want a quick translation. I have kanji options OFF. Still, pop-ups often take so much space that I cannot access the top-level display.
Not in the developer's purview. Abbreviations, say of government agencies and such, need the full expansion of names, like 'ABC' -> 'Absurdly Big Company' in the top-level display. I know dictionary compilation is done by others.
Developer responseposted 9 months agoThank you very much for your feedback. I'm not sure I understand exactly what is included in the top-level display.
Would you mind to either file an issue at https://github.com/birtles/rikaichamp/issues or send a message on twitter (@rikaichamp) or email (email@example.com). Thank you!