1.30

Thank you for upgrading to version 1.3 of After the Deadline for Firefox.

What’s New? 1.3

  • AtD/FF no longer attaches to Facebook chat
  • Fixed a typo in the preferences pane
  • Fixed an exception caused in some situations when page with textarea has no document.location value
  • Fixed an issue with highlighted errors floating to the left in WuFoo forms
  • AtD no longer auto-proofreads comment on Like/Unlike presses on Facebook
  • Auto-proofread only activates on visible form elements now
  • AtD no longer attaches to cells in Google’s spreadsheet app
  • Added translations (some are partial) for:
    • ar-AR, de-DE, es-ES, fa-FA, fi-FI, it-IT, ja-JA, ms-MS, no-NO, pt-BR, pt-PT, and tr-TR
    • You can contribute to and improve these at http://translate.wordpress.com/projects/atd/atd-firefox
    • Special thanks to the translators who made these possible, your work is greatly appreciated
  • Updated text of auto-proofread prompt to clarify what OK does and what Cancel does
  • Fixed positioning of AtD widget on Facebook comments
  • AtD/FF now communicates with the AtD service over SSL to protect your emails and other things

Do you love After the Deadline?

If After the Deadline for Firefox helps you, then tell a friend. If you don’t have any friends, you will soon. People naturally love those who write with proper grammar and spell well. Also, consider writing a review on addons.mozilla.org. Nice reviews make us feel good about our work and let others know they can trust this add-on.

Call for Volunteers

After the Deadline also proofreads French, German, Portuguese, and Spanish. We’d like to offer a translated interface but can’t do it without you. If you’re fluent with another language, please help translate this add-on.

Stay in Touch

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If you need help or would like to report a bug, contact us.

4 Comments

  1. zeke
    Posted May 22, 2010 at 4:21 pm | Permalink

    Thanks new update helped a lot with the changes to facebook!

    Is there a way or can you add a way to add words to dictionary like ‘facebook’ for example?

    • Posted May 24, 2010 at 12:00 pm | Permalink

      Words like Facebook (capitalized, since it’s a proper noun) are already in the AtD dictionary. You can prevent any error, including ‘facebook’ from being highlighted by selecting Ignore Always. This will add the phrase or word to an ignore list so it’s never shown as an error to you again. You can manage this list (including removing items from this list) from the AtD preferences dialog.

  2. Posted May 23, 2010 at 3:07 pm | Permalink

    I just wanna say how much I love this plugin. I heavily depend on spell correctors and this one was really needed.

    I just learned reading this that it was available in different languages. Maybe the options to change language should be on the screen when you right-click. I went into the options and clicked on Auto Detect Language When Proof Reading – maybe that should be automatically on.

    Wonderful plugin. It works and it doesn’t seem to interfere with anything else.

    Thank you

    • Posted May 24, 2010 at 12:09 pm | Permalink

      Glad to help. Making something that doesn’t interfere with your day-to-day use of the web is important to us. We keep auto-detect off because it works well for anything beyond a sentence but may be wrong when it has only a few words to go off of. We prefer only users who have a need for it enable it.


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