XUL/Migemo is a Firefox extension that includes 3 features:
The first feature is the "dictionary-assisted find" for Japanese (or other languages).
This provides a feature to find Japanese terms in roman-letter spelling. For example, if you input "kanji", Firefox finds any terms of the sound, like "感じ", "幹事" and "漢字". Demonstration video:
Additionally, you can find modified latin letters with their simple versions. For example, "Fr�d�ric" can be found by the input "frederic".
Second is more customizable Find Toolbar. You can check "Highlight all" and "Match Cases" automatically. And, found term can be shown in the center of the screen.
Third, the highlight feature like Safari 3 is available. In "Highlight all" mode, the content area is covered by a dark screen and the focused term is shown with animation effect.
This project is inspired from "Migemo" project ( http://0xcc.net/migemo/ ), which provides same feature for Emacs and other applications.
· Mozilla Firefox
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Fixed: On the first startup, the initial state of the find toolbar was wrongly set to "Migemo" mode. (*If you got the wrongly initialized preference, you have to repair it manually by "XUL/Migemo Configuration" => "Find Toolbar" => "Change initial state of the Find Toolbar Features..." => "Find mode:" => "Normal".)
· Fixed: Failed to switch internal modes when you clicked the find mode switcher.