Useful browser plug-ins

Discussion in 'Mac OS X' started by Rafagon, Jan 22, 2012.

  1. Rafagon

    Rafagon Genius
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    Thought we could have a place to share useful browser plug-ins.

    Here's one I just found and installed:

    http://afterthedeadline.com/

    Its purpose is to check spelling, grammar, and style in most text fields of browsers. As you start to enter text into a text field, a small "ABC" icon will appear in the lower right-hand corner of the text box. It works with Chrome or Firefox, can be turned off for specific sites, and has a variety of options. You can even turn off checking for specific phrases that you specify.
     
  2. Bennyboy

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    Thanks Rafael, I certainly need that.
     
  3. adamstuart07

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    thanks my friends Rafae i am really looking for this plug in thank you so ooooooooooo much..
     
  4. Vorsos

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    OS X built-in spellchecking is good enough for me. I know Safari supports it, but I only use the others for CSS testing.

    My indispensable Safari plugins include clea.nr (better YouTube layout), FacebookBlocker, and The Tracktor (Amazon price-over-time graph overlays). Also the System Prefpane GlimmerBlocker (system-wide ad blocking).
     

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