***** Recommendation ***** Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Thanks for developing this useful add-on. I have a recommendation for improvement.
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When you click on a plural noun WikiLook mentions that its a plural form but it also shows the meaning of the word below it.
When you click on a verb in its past tense form WikiLooks mentions the present format of the verb but does not show the meaning below it so you have to select the present part again. I think this could be solved by a simple change in the code like the plural format response.
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This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.5.5). 

re: Recommendation

When you click on on a verb in its past tense form, WikiLook will show the meaning of the word in the present tense. Same true for any other word form - WL will show main word form definition. The only exceptions are some articles that are malformatted. The most common reason for that - newbie editors sometimes do not use templates, but instead "emulate" the look of the output by typing something like Simple past tense and past participle of '''[[***]]'''. instead of using a template, a proper way of defining a main word form - {{past of|[[***]]}}

WikiLook is trying to catch some most common malformats, but people are creative in making mistakes. You can help Wiktionary by fixing such incorrect definitions, in the meantime helping not only WikiLook but many others projects and automated parsers that rely on Wiktionary.