Yomichad - Japanese pop-up dictionary for qutebrowser

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  • yomichan

    Discontinued Japanese pop-up dictionary extension for Chrome and Firefox.

    I really love qutebrowser, but what initially kept me from using it as my main browser was the lack of a Japanese pop-up dictionary userscript in the vein of yomichan, 10ten or rikaikun. That's why I wrote my own one, called yomichad. If you are interested, you can find more information in the repository. I hope it will be of help to others as well!

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  • rikaichamp

    A browser extension to translate Japanese by hovering over words.

    I really love qutebrowser, but what initially kept me from using it as my main browser was the lack of a Japanese pop-up dictionary userscript in the vein of yomichan, 10ten or rikaikun. That's why I wrote my own one, called yomichad. If you are interested, you can find more information in the repository. I hope it will be of help to others as well!

  • rikaikun

    rikaikun is a Chrome extension that helps you to read Japanese web pages by showing the reading and English definition of Japanese words when you hover over them.

    I really love qutebrowser, but what initially kept me from using it as my main browser was the lack of a Japanese pop-up dictionary userscript in the vein of yomichan, 10ten or rikaikun. That's why I wrote my own one, called yomichad. If you are interested, you can find more information in the repository. I hope it will be of help to others as well!

  • yomichad

    Japanese pop-up dictionary for qutebrowser

    I really love qutebrowser, but what initially kept me from using it as my main browser was the lack of a Japanese pop-up dictionary userscript in the vein of yomichan, 10ten or rikaikun. That's why I wrote my own one, called yomichad. If you are interested, you can find more information in the repository. I hope it will be of help to others as well!

  • qutebrowser

    A keyboard-driven, vim-like browser based on Python and Qt.

    That's pretty damn cool! Would be great if you could open a PR to add it to the list of userscripts!

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