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It worked well enough, but we didn’t care for its interface. FreeTranslate operates through your context menu. 4 you select a word, a simple right-click displays a list of 10 language options, including Spanish, French, Dutch, and English, and you can translate words between 4 of the languages.
On our first go around, we selected a word, and opted to translate it from English to Spanish.
We expected a pop-up window, but were disappointed when our browsing was interrupted by a new window for freetranslate. org. We changed our Firefox settings to open a new tab for search results, but it was annoying nonetheless.
Plus, more often than not, freetranslate.
org could not translate even the most basic, straightforward words–words that we knew had Spanish equivalents.
After all was said and done, we weren’t impressed by this tool. Its just as easy to visit one of the many free language-translation Web sites on your own.
We’d rather wait for a more capable translation tool. Sponsored Stay Safe. Stay Up-to-date. Protect your computer with the latest software.
Download NowDownload Now Publisher’s Description From PaulMc: Freetranslate. xpi is a simple extension that allows you to translate individual words on a Web page between 10 different languages via www. freetranslate.
org. CNET Editors’ note: The Download Now link will prompt a local download of the Firefox 94 install the extension directly, open the file using your Firefox browser.
CNET Editors’ review by: CNET Staff on February 27, 2009 This freeware Firefox add-on greatly helps users insert proper coding in forums that allow text markup.
As with most Firefox plug-ins, you merely drop the download onto your add-on window to install this tool.
Lacking its own interface, BBCodeXtra adds commands to the Firefox context menu.
Users get immediate access to about 4 formatting commands with this handy tool. Operation is simple, merely right-click where you want to place the code, scroll down, and choose the proper item. The add-on has three menus for bbcode, HTML, and XHTML, but you can remove unneeded menu clutter by disabling any of the three menus with a single click.
Each includes basic formatting codes to make text bold, italic, or underlined.
Image and URL commands are also available with a click. Clipboard and list codes are featured in submenus. We would have liked the option to remove specific codes we know we’d never use, but BBCodeXtra is still an add-on we’d recommend to any forum user or blogger.
Sponsored Free Visual Analysis Turn Excel into data visualizations with SAP Lumira Download NowDownload Now Publisher’s Description From eXtenZilla: BBCodeXtra is an extension, compatible with Mozilla FireFox and Mozilla Suite, which adds to the context menu new commands to insert BBCodeHtmlXHtml codes in an easy and fast way.
BBCodeXtra suits well with all forum types, for example: phpBB, Invision, and VBullettin This extension can 499 simplify your life with all forums that use BBCode or Html codes when posting new messages.
What’s new in this version: Version 0. 2 has fixed “color ” command, added back “he” locale. CNET Editors’ note: The Download Now link will prompt a local download of the Firefox extension.