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  1. Purpose of Alert?

    Every time that I am reading an uploaded text in Readlang Library, I get the following alert partway through the text:

    Alert
    To use the Readlang Web Reader:
    1. Drag this "Readlang Web Reader" link to your bookmarks bar
    2. Browse to the page you want to read
    3. Click the "Readlang Web Reader" bookmark

    I already have the Green R button in the taskbar of my browser which I click on whenever I want to use it on a web page.

    I am using the Chromium browser on Ubuntu. I'd prefer not to see this alert. Is there some…

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    • ReadLang on Google Translate page

      If you set the Google Translate page to translate from your native language to your target language, enter a word or phrase, and then click on the ReadLang button, the target word or phrase works normally in ReadLang. But if you then change the input to GT, producing a new target language output, then the green line for ReadLang does not appear and Readlang does not work. If you refresh the page, ReadLang will then work with the new translated word or phrase.

      The reason I like to use ReadLang in this way is to input words or expressions into…

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        As you’ve discovered, refreshing the page is the only way to get the Readlang clickable translations back after a page update at the moment. Fixing this would be quite complicated.

        One alternative is to enter your words or phrases into the “Lookup” search box on the Words page (http://readlang.com) – this will show a translation which you can click to immediately add to your word list.

        Hope that helps.

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