Merriam-Webster offers a collection of five search tools for download to access their free online dictionary and thesaurus directly from inside Firefox. There is even a “Get Firefox” button for those who still haven’t tried it. They have a solution for every taste: bookmarklet, the Firefox search field, a M-W toolbar, right-click search… Excellent!

Dictionary publishers outside the English-speaking world (Robert, Larousse, Duden…) are asleep on their catalogues.

Via mozillaZine.

3 comment(s) for 'Merriam-Webster & Firefox'

  1. (Comment, 2006-07-12 06:22 )
    #1 — Claudio Lima

    I am trying something new for me on the internet

  2. (Comment, 2006-11-16 20:27 )

    Help me please…
    I just installed Firefox 2.0, and all of a sudden, my username/password isn't being inserted in the signon window (it always was before). I tried the usual suspects–I did not mistakenly tell FF not to remember the password for this site; and I also tried the remember password bookmarklet, but all to no avail–FF will not ask me to remember this password. What do I need to do to get around this?

  3. (Comment, 2006-11-17 19:14 )

    Please add firefox cookies/bad web sites immunization in next version!
    Firefox 2 cannot reject third party cookies!!!!!!!!