Firefox finally gets native translation function, self-developed by Mozilla

Firefox, as a world-renowned browser, has a self-developed kernel. Previously, it did not have a self-developed translation function. Instead, users need to install extensions such as Google Translate.

Recently, Mozilla announced the launch of Firefox Translations, a self-developed translation tool for Firefox. Unlike conventional translation tools, the translation function of Firefox Translations is completed locally in the system to protect user privacy.

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Mozilla officially stated that Firefox Translations has been officially launched in the Firefox Nightly version, and users need to manually turn it on:

  • Enter about:config in the Firefox address bar
  • Search for extensions.translations.disabled
  • Set the option to false
  • Just restart the browser

When Firefox Translations is enabled, a translation button will be displayed at the top of the web page. The function is also relatively complete. You can experience it yourself.

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