Valutata 3,5 su 5
3,5 stelle su 5
- di MetalKroustibat, 16 giorni faValutata 4 su 5This is really a GREAT idea.
But please consider letting us configure which word is replaced and which is not :) I'm French and the word "p*tain" is 95% of the time not used in a way to degrade a woman.
Keep it up!
- di BurntToast7, un mese faValutata 1 su 5Really annoying. Forgot I installed it, spent too much time searching Urban Dictionary for "boss." Test to see if it is installed: Bitch (That said B!tch, if it didn't, you need to remove the extension urgently)
- di blayarka, 2 mesi faValutata 5 su 5bruh, yall need to calm down. People can deal with problems different ways, they may not handle such words online and these words may be used in the wrong situation. Yall need to grow up and let others do with their FireFox engine whatever they want, that's why the team behind this great search engine does such little things for us to use in the first place
- di EricC1408, 2 mesi faValutata 5 su 5I don't think people get the purpose of this extension. Harassment is a real problem, for men and women alike. And everyone has different ways of dealing with it. If you have thick skin, awesome for you! But other people just would rather remove themselves from the situation. Plus, it makes some situations sound really funny. If you don't like the extension, don't use it. But don't downvote it to oblivion because other people actually enjoy it. And if you're the one hurling angry insults at others, you need to stop. We live in a civilized society. If you have nothing nice to say at all, don't say anything at all. It's really that simple.
- di Mélanie Chauvel (ariasuni), 2 mesi faValutata 5 su 5The extension has a bug: it doesn’t consider non-ASCII letters as part of a word, so e.g. the «conne» in «déconne» is replaced.
Edit: with the upcoming change in Firefox, it should only be necessary to use the `u` flag for `\b` to be Unicode-aware.