get built-in translation feature
@Nazmul good news, we're working on one right now...and it's already available to try out in Firefox Nightly. Try it out and let us know what you think 🙌
And if you'd like to see support for a specific language added to our translations feature, submit an idea here.
I like this. And i want korean language support.
@nobodyoutside be sure to vote and show your support for adding Korean as a supported language here: Support Korean translations
@Ford_Prefect not adding this would make Firefox severely lack behind other browsers (1), and (2) it goes against the philosophy of an open web where information is accessible to all, in this case those who don’t speak a language but would like to understand the content.
A translation feature is no longer a nice to have, but a must.
Se podría agregar un traductor de texto.
A text translator could be added.
(Note: similar ideas have been merged into this thread)
High fives all around—built-in translations was delivered in Firefox 118.
Check out the Release Notes for more details and be sure to try out the feature. Thanks again for your important role in making this happen 💪 we look forward to continuing to collaborate with you all here on Mozilla Connect, including suggesting and voting for additional languages to be supported!
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@Jonis text translation still about:translations?
Not work for me. Windows 11 22h2 don't show nothing (tranlation option). Why?
It doesn't matter if it's a plugin or native, Firefox should have full webpage translation options on demand. "Copy and paste" into Google Translate is a pathetic solution. Every other browser has something native, let alone plugins. It's not an issue in Opera, Vivaldi, Brave, or Yandex. The latter has a translator that is far better than Google's, btw. It's more than a year since this function has been requested. We support Firefox for technology diversity and options, but if you cannot provide a simple translate function... what's the point?