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    1. A "reverse spell checker" in Firefox

      I was reading the topic about ableist language: Replacing ableist and mental health exclusive language I realized that, regardless of my opinion on the use of certain words like "crazy" or...

      I was reading the topic about ableist language:

      Replacing ableist and mental health exclusive language

      I realized that, regardless of my opinion on the use of certain words like "crazy" or "insane", there are almost always better words that can be used to make my writing better, even if it's just a random comment on Tildes.

      What I would really like would be an extension that supports adding words to a custom dictionary, and will then highlight those words with a reminder not to use them. It would be even better if I could, per word, provide a custom reason not to use that word.

      I searched around a bit, but could not find an extension that does this. Unfortunately, LanguageTool does not support such a feature.

      6 votes
    2. What browser do you use? How have you customized it?

      I was just wondering how people use their browsers, and get ideas from others in regards to sharing ideas to improve my browsing experience. What do I use? I use Firefox Nightly with the common...

      I was just wondering how people use their browsers, and get ideas from others in regards to sharing ideas to improve my browsing experience.

      What do I use?

      I use Firefox Nightly with the common browser extensions like ublock origin, privacy badger, https everywhere, and some interesting ones like Dark Reader, Vimium (Which provides vim keybinds in your browser) and ViolentMonkey (which I use for userscripts like 4chanX, OneeChan, and the KissAnime ad blocker).

      21 votes