|User since||June 10, 2007|
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Works in Slackware 14.2. Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I have Python 3.6.2. Followed the instructions for installing the native app. Tried launching with ["gvim", "-f"] and ["gvim"]. I only got the error: "this text is already being edited". Positive: an uninstall rule for the native app. BTW, in other fields than pure textarea fields Ctrl+Shift+E opens a developer frame.
Udate: the add-on works after I uninstalled the native client, and installed again with `make native-install USER=1` (I'm running Firefox from `~/bin`). Currently seems to work as advertised, I'll adjust the rating.
thunderbird 3 Rated 2 out of 5 stars
Works in firefox 3.5 but not (yet?) in thunderbird 3 (where I really need it). It did work in thunderbird 2 but I had to upgrade to get rid of an (other, unrelated) bug in that version. :(This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.2.0).
great job Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Just installed it to read some texts of http://www.aozora.gr.jp.
It looks great, even the line-height remains balanced in the pages I looked at so far. It must have been rather difficult to get everything right. However, I hope that in the end ruby support will give more options to the user. For example the option to toggle between different kinds of display. Like furigana versus popup text - or at least the option to disable the function with one click, since it may not always be compatible with certain website layouts. And it is not compatible with the fixed size bitmap font I normally use to read Japanese. But with a TTF it looks, like I said, great. Thanks!