Projects / FoxLingo


FoxLingo is a Firefox extension which acts as a versatile language tool. It can perform Web page translation, translated searching, and translation of entered text. Over 1,000 different language pairs are supported. It provides access to over 90 language services such as encyclopedias and text-to-speech. It also offers Ixquick, a meta-search engine with unique features.

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Recent releases

  •  12 Dec 2006 08:14

    Release Notes: This release added an option to show Web page translations in the context menu or status bar, HTTPS support, clickable menus in the 'Webpage' menu (which translates to the default language), an option to clear the search history, three new translator services, support for Seamonkey, Mozilla, and Flock, the Crapola dialect translator, and large fonts support. A tool bar fonts bug was fixed and tool bar flags are now customizable. Various background functionality was disabled for features that are disabled. Missing Hungarian and Serbian pairs were fixed along with various minor bugs.

    •  02 Dec 2006 20:23

      Release Notes: Text translation was added. Various language services were added: dictionaries, encyclopedias, learning languages, and more. Automatic translation by domain, by language identification, or by Google AutoTrans was added. An "Original" button was added, which goes back to the untranslated page that you are browsing. Translated search was added, which gives you the possibilty to translate your search query. 14 online translation services were added.


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