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  • This add-on seems very good, though one thing I have noticed that it has only 60 of the 66 books of the Bible. I would like to request the six missing books, which are: Habakkuk, Malachi, Philippians, Colossians, Thessalonians, Philemon. As a Christian, I talk about these books constantly. It is also a shame that the add-on doesn't include American spellings such as color. When I'm not speaking to Brits, I prefer to use American English, so as not to create any barriers in communication.
    Hello!

    I can't add "color" since it is American, but you can use American words by installing a US speller and toggling between spellers as needed.

    Tomorrow morning I will work on the six bible missing books.

    I will try to find if Wikipedia has information about them in order to try to find missing related words.

    Consider that on Friday night I will update the nightly changes in GitHub with missing bible terms:
    https://github.com/marcoagpinto/aoo-mozilla-en-dict

    Thank you!

    Kind regards,

    EDIT:
    Tons of bible related words/names added.
    See the GitHub release notes for 16-FEB-2018.
    It will be available in the monthly update within a couple of weeks.
  • Simple and user friendly interface.
  • Best thing since malt whiskey was invented
  • great work!
  • Works well in Thunderbird, rather ironic that I had to create this review in order to create an 'editable text box' so I could enable the dictionary in Firefox!
    :-)
  • Love British spelling. Thank you.
  • Great add-on, thank you for this.
  • Excellent plug in. Thank you for all your hard work.
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  • Thank you for maintaining and updating this educative extension! Working perfectly in Pale Moon.
    :-)

    There is still a long way to go, I believe, but as long as I live I will keep on improving it.

    Starting on 2-DEC I will continue adding possessives to proper names, as I have only fixed the missing ones in the letters A-G... thousands missing I believe.

    Always remember that if you or anyone find any missing words that exist in the Oxford/Collins dictionaries, just send me an e-mail for analysis.
  • Nice
  • Correction on spellings when typing word
  • nice
  • The dictionary does not actively correct spelling while it is being typed and does not check grammar. Other than that it is a decent spell checker but only servers a purpose when Firefox's built in spell checker does not work for some reason.
    Hello John,

    What you ask for, "actively correct spelling" and "grammar check", are not possible with Mozilla spellers.

    For that you need Microsoft Word or OpenOffice/LibreOffice Writer, because they have an option called "autocorrect" which allows to replace words automatically (I am working on it for LibreOffice in Portuguese).

    The best you can do is to use LanguageTool with Firefox:
    http://marcoagpinto.cidadevirtual.pt/faq.html#8
    Notice that the add-on for Thunderbird is kind of unmaintained.

    Also, have in attention that my GB speller is the official one for Mozilla:
    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/language-tools/
    I am not sure if they are shipping it with the software though, which means that you probably have it built-in without knowing.