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Korean equivalent for Rikaichan?

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Korean equivalent for Rikaichan?

Postby JockZon » August 14th, 2007 2:11 pm

Is there a korean equivalent for "Rikaichan" that translates the text into english when hovering it with your mouse pointer?

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Postby super_user » August 14th, 2007 6:19 pm

I was looking for one of those - but Korean learning material is not so plentiful... yet! :]

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Postby JockZon » August 14th, 2007 6:42 pm

I see :(

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Postby hyunwoo » August 15th, 2007 2:37 am

I hope there will be one soon ! :-) But Korean is basically easy to read once you master all the letters, and after that's all in the dictionary, I guess. :D

The Korean-English dictionaries that most Korean people use are

http://endic.naver.com

and

http://engdic.daum.net/dicen/view_top.do

:-)

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Postby Peter » August 18th, 2007 2:46 pm

Hello everyone! Besides,
http://www.popjisyo.com/WebHint/Portal_e.aspx
I don't know of anything. :cry:

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Postby Ulver_684 » November 23rd, 2007 3:27 am

Peter wrote:Hello everyone! Besides,
http://www.popjisyo.com/WebHint/Portal_e.aspx
I don't know of anything. :cry:


Peter! :wink:

Thank you for the link, I also hope that there is a Korean rikaichan soon! :cry:

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Postby ssomers » November 6th, 2009 2:28 pm

If using Safari on a Mac, you have the option of installing the LiveDictionary add-on, and downloading a K-E dictionary. The interface works a fair bit like Rikaichan, as passing the cursor over the Korean word brings up the English equivalent in a popup. It's not perfect by any means, but I do find it useful, especially on news sites.

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Postby Chris1 » November 8th, 2009 6:49 am

The Naver Toolbar will do this exact function for you found here: The function is called 툴팁사전

http://toolbar.naver.com/home/index.nhn


Or, if you want this functionality outside of the Internet Explorer, you can download 야후미니 which is a small program that places a red marker on your screen. You can move this marker over a word and it will automatically look it up for you. It also has the 툴팁 functionality that is the same as the Naver toolbar except also works outside IE.

http://kr.dic.yahoo.com/

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Postby javiskefka » November 10th, 2009 9:52 pm

Chris1 wrote:The Naver Toolbar will do this exact function for you found here: The function is called 툴팁사전

http://toolbar.naver.com/home/index.nhn


I checked it out, and there's also a link to install the toolbar for Mozilla Firefox, but apparently it hasn't been updated for FF 3.5, so I couldn't try it out.

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Postby howtwosavealif36296 » June 6th, 2011 12:01 am

Chris1 wrote:The Naver Toolbar will do this exact function for you found here: The function is called 툴팁사전

http://toolbar.naver.com/home/index.nhn


Or, if you want this functionality outside of the Internet Explorer, you can download 야후미니 which is a small program that places a red marker on your screen. You can move this marker over a word and it will automatically look it up for you. It also has the 툴팁 functionality that is the same as the Naver toolbar except also works outside IE.

http://kr.dic.yahoo.com/


QUESTION: does it really do the funcition of rikaichan.
because as far as i've tried to deal with it... it only does english to korean?
how do you make it english to korean.

and then for that pen i installed it but I can't underline/look up anything with that pen.
i don't get what i' m doing wron.g


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