Translateme For Safari

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TranslateMe for Safari. Read the entire web! Translate entire webpages into your preferred language, or just translate snippets when there's a few words you don't understand. Start Translate via keyboard shortcut, toolbar button, or right-click. Great for learning languages, reading foreign news, doing research,. Although Safari is a feature-rich browser and contains many essential features, one important functionality that is still missing is the automatic translation of web pages. PiPer: Picture-in-Picture All the Way. Playing a funny video while browsing the web is something that.

For Read the entire web! Translate entire webpages or just the snippets you need.
Great for learning languages, reading foreign news, doing research, and much more!
Uses multiple translation services. Supports Dark Mode.


Engage TranslateMe via toolbar button, contextual menu, or keyboard shortcut.
To translate text snippets: Hold the Option key while selecting text to instantly translate. Double-click Option key to toggle snippet translation. Or select the text and then right-click or use the toolbar button.


The toolbar button indicates the current mode:
Ready
Full Page Translation

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Automatic Full Page Translation
Snippet Translation
Disabled

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Translateme For Safari 3.3.2

Keyboard shortcut Command-Option-T (⌘⌥T) will toggle TranslateMe just like the toolbar button.
Important Notice to users upgrading from 'Translate Safari Extension':

TranslateMe for Safari is a major rewrite of the older

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Translate Safari Extension. Future releases will strive to implement more of the legacy feature set.

Specs
Designed for Safari 12 / Safari 13 or later on macOS 10.14 or later

See the list of new Safari App Extensions for users on Safari 12 / Safari 13 and later Apple have announced that 'the [Legacy] Safari Extensions Gallery will no longer be available in September 2019. Legacy Safari Extensions (.safariextz files) are not supported in Safari 13 on macOS Catalina, macOS Mojave, or macOS High Sierra. Users on macOS High Sierra or later [should] find extensions on the Mac App Store by choosing Safari Extensions from the Safari menu.'
Due to these changes, legacy extensions can no longer receive updates.
The following extensions have been rewritten for the new system and continue to receive updates: BackTrack, CustomSearch, FullPath, HoverSee, ReMap, TranslateMe
Thank you,
Side Tree Software

Legacy Safari Extensions
for Safari 10 and 11
    Install
  1. Click the name of an extension below to download it.
  2. Once downloaded, open it from your Downloads folder. (Safari will ask if you'd like to instal the Extension.)
    Remove
  1. Click the Safari menu, click Preferences, go to the Extensions section
  2. Uncheck an Extension to disable it. Or click the Extension you'd like to remove and click 'Uninstall'
• You may need to reload open pages for changes to take effect after installation or removal.
Free• If Safari shows an error during install: It's likely that the extension is currently installed via
the Safari Extension Gallery. Remove it and instal again, or enable it if it has been disabled.

AllPagesZoom

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AllPagesZoom Safari Extension

Easily set one zoom level for all websites, and have it remembered. By default AllPagesZoom overrides the shortcuts for page zooming on Mac (+, -, 0), this can be changed in the preferences.

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New in version 2.0: Invert image colors, adjust page view options such as brightness, hue, saturation, and contrast.

BackTrack has been rewritten for Safari 12 and later: BackTrack for Safari

BackTrack

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BackTrack Safari Extension

Right click images to find out where else they appear on the web, or click the toolbar item to search for all the images on a page.

• General image search via TinEye.com, Google or Bing
• KarmaDecay for Reddit.com users
• IQDB & SauceNAO for Anime/Manga

Bookmarklets for Mobile Safari Users
Easily use TinEye, Google Image and more on iPhone and iPad

CustomSearch has been rewritten
for Safari 13 and later: CustomSearch for Safari

CustomSearch

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CustomSearch Safari Extension

Allows you to quickly access search engines and sharing services of your choice via Search Bar, Right-Click, or toolbar button.

Ships with entries for searching Wikipedia, Amazon.com, iTunes, TinEye, Google, and Bing, as well as entries for sharing on Facebook, MySpace, and Tumblr.

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FullPath has been rewritten for Safari 12 and later: FullPath for Safari

FullPath

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FullPath Safari Extension

Provides full address path and favorite icon. Designed for users on Safari 8 under OS X Yosemite beta, should work on previous versions.
Complete page URL is displayed in the path bar for easy editing, along with a draggable favicon for easy URL sharing.

HoverSee has been rewritten for Safari 12 and later: HoverSee for Safari

HoverSee

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HoverSee Safari Extension

Hover your mouse over images or links to enlarge photos or to preview videos and websites.
A brief description is displayed with the preview when available.

Types of Enhanced Content:
• Thumbnail Images (Facebook, Google, news sites, etc)
• Links to image galleries (Flickr, Imgur, etc)
• Links to videos (YouTube, Vimeo, etc)
• Direct links to images
• Links to any website (If enabled by the user)

Find a website which isn't supported? Report it!

HoverZoom Safari Extension was renamed HoverSee to avoid confusion with the unaffiliated Google Chrome Extension


ReadOnly

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ReadOnly Safari Extension

Find yourself wasting too much time making inane posts on Facebook? Stop! Make Facebook read-only by removing the ability to Comment and 'Like'
Support for other social networks is planned for a future release. This is a pre-1.0 release to solicite feedback, so make sure you report any bugs you find! Thank you.

ReMap has been rewritten for Safari 12 and later: ReMap for Safari

ReMap

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ReMap Safari Extension

Open Apple Maps when clicking links to Google Maps or Bing Maps. For users on OS X 10.9 'Mavericks' or later.
When mousing over a supported link, the ReMap logo will be displayed next to the mouse.

Come across a link which should be supported but isn't?
Drop a line at the contact page with the address of the page.

Translate has been rewritten for Safari 12 and later: TranslateMe for Safari

Translate

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Translate Safari Extension

Read the entire web! Automatically translate entire webpages into your prefered language as you browse, or just translate snippets when there's a few words you don't understand.

Start translation via the configurable keyboard shortcut, toolbar button, or contextual menu.

Uses Google Translation, Microsoft Translate, and other services.


After instal, look for the Toolbar Button

WebWatch

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WebWatch Safari Extension

Track your time on the internet. Includes an optional reminder to stay focused. Click the toolbar item to Stop/Restart the timer. See the preferences for Reminder settings.


No affiliation to 3rd party sites mentioned (TinEye, Facebook, etc.)
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