Posts Tagged ‘firefox translation’

Firefox Quick Translator – On-Page Translations

Monday, June 6th, 2011

This looks like a pretty useful Firefox add-on; in fact, if I was a translator, this sort of thing would worry me.

The Internet is global, which means that you can land on websites and pages that are written in a language that you do not understand. I’m currently experiencing this by following the latest news on Microsoft’s upcoming operating system Windows 8. The majority of information leaks are posted first on Chinese or Russian websites. Without translation, I would not know what news they had to offer.

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Firelang – Firefox Translation and Language Learning Tool

Thursday, October 28th, 2010

I’ve yet to see a language translation program that was worth the box that it came in. Usually, they work OK for short, simple text, but they fall on their faces if you’re trying to translate technical text or anything that includes idioms, adages and similes …

The Firefox web browser is the perfect companion for users who are learning another language. Why? Because of all the add-ons that enhance and improve the learning experience.

Firelang is a sophisticated add-on with an incredible feature set that helps users learn a new language while surfing the Internet. For that, it comes with several tools.

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