Translate any word at any time. The Wiktionary and Google Translate add-on for Firefox will give you an in-line dictionary for any word you point to or double-click; whole page translation of any web page in another language.
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With this add-on you can translate any text to your own language with one click or hot-key. You can either translate the selected text, this way the translated text will overwrite the original selected text, or you can translate the full page too.
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What if translating text to a different language was as easy as highlighting text in your browser? It can be, if you pick up the gTranslate add-on for Firefox. With gTranslate installed, you can quickly translate any text on any webpage just by selecting the text you want to translate and right-clicking on it with your mouse.
Would you like to have quick and easy access to everything Google with just one or two clicks of your mouse in Firefox? That is what the Google Shortcuts add-on for Firefox promises to deliver. The idea here is simple. This extension will display any or all Google services as buttons next to your address bar or anywhere else you would like for it to show up.
What is the best Firefox add-on to help you translate languages? Well I am going to do more than just share one extension with you. I am going to give you the choice of three. From the most basic, to the advanced – here are the three best translation tools for Firefox.
With gTranslate you can translate any text in a webpage just by selecting and right-clicking over it. The extension uses (one of my personal favorite translation tools) the Google translation services to translate the text.
There is a lot to be said for being easy to use. The translator add-on is web translation extension that allows you to translate any web page into nearly any language at the click of a button. It supports Google’s translation tools, Yahoo!’s Babelfish, PROMT, freetranslation.com, Altavista’s translation tools, and Im translator.
If you want a powerful translation tool, look no further than FoxLingo. This add-on for Firefox will do web page translation, search translation, auto translation, has resources for learning languages and much more. Powerful is the key word here as it can translate full web pages (over 1,500 different language pairs).
So which is the best translation toolset for Firefox? I will leave that up to you. If you want something powerful, I would say go with FoxLingo. If you want something quick, gTranslate is the way to go. Translator sits in the middle, as a good balance between the two.
Ever ran across some text on a Web page that you wanted to quickly translate? Now it can be as easy as highlighting the text in question, and using gTranslate. This Firefox extension makes reading another language as easy as pie.
The extension uses the Google translation services to translate the text. Pick it up, and find out what the French have really been saying about us all this time.