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30 March 2008

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Shay Rapaport

Hi.

No I don't think there's a ready made solution, but it would be quite easy to program it (except the OCR thing babylon use).

I thought it could be a great idea to further expand this kind of browser plugin: When you right click a phrase, besides dictionary results, why not show also results from wikipedia, and, if exist, from sites like AllMusic, Whatis, IMDB, even Amazon etc using the web as a dictionary for music, books, economics, tech stuff etc.

Could be cool.

Eran Ben Sabat

Thanks for that.
I've been looking for such a solution myself.(actually for a while now).

It works on my machine with Firefox 3 beta 4.

Cheers

Eran

rutipo

Thanks, when I saw it here I was very excited and added it.. It's a great tool.
However it can also be annoying at times- I'm used to highlighting various things I read online, and now it brings up Babylon. :)

Gilad

Hi rutipo

You can configure the add-on top pop-up only when holding down ALT/CTRL key.

Visit http://qtl.co.il for more information.

Best
Gilad

rutipo

Toda Gilad will check it out.

den

Thanks

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