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README.md

To Google Translate

Introduction

This extension creates a context menu item in the browser, when you click on a menu item, the current page url, link or the previously selected text is sent to Google Translate. You can also setup default language in the option page.

How to use

Changing the default language

First you should change the default language settings by accessing to about:addons > To Google Translate option page.

Translating text

Select any text in some web page and then right click with your mouse

Testing out the extension

You can test the extension in Firefox with web-ext. web-ext can be installed with the Node Package Manager.

sudo npm install --global web-ext

Download the code from Github

git clone https://github.com/itseco/to-google-translate.git
cd to-google-translate
make prepare

Run in the root folder extension the command

web-ext run

Contributors of new features

  1. chr314
  2. piroor
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