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How do I get Google Translate to work on Firefox?

How do I get Google Translate to work on Firefox?

Install Google Translator for Firefox. To get started, open Firefox, then go to the download page for the “Google Translator for Firefox” addon. Once the page loads, click the green “Add to Firefox” button. After you click, a software installation dialog box will open verifying you want to install Google Translator.

Why is Google Translate no longer working?

Fix 1: Clear data and cache in the Google Translate app The corrupted cached files can be the cause of the Translate app not working. You can clear them to fix the issue. You can go to Settings > App management > App list > translate > Storage usage. Then, you can click Clear data and Clear cache to delete them.

Why is my Google not translating?

Try refreshing the webpage. If it’s still not working, right-click anywhere on the page. Then, click Translate to [Language].

What is the best translator for Firefox?

7 Quick and Easy Translators for Firefox

  • S3. Google Translator.
  • Google Translator for Firefox. This extension works great and allows you to choose from translating the selected text or the entire page.
  • ImTranslator.
  • Google Translator Lite.
  • Gtranslate [No Longer Available]
  • Easy Google Translate.
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How do I fix Google Translate on my computer?

Clear the cache and check if you can translate your text afterward….Clear the Cache

  1. Click on the browser menu and go to History.
  2. Select History again.
  3. Then click on Clear browsing data.
  4. Set the time range to four weeks.
  5. Then hit the Clear data button.

How do I install Google Translate plugin?

Option 2: Install the plug-in through the menus in chrome

  1. Click the Settings button.
  2. Select “More Tools”
  3. Select “Extensions”
  4. Search for “Google Translate”
  5. Click the Add to Chrome button.

What is happening with Google Translate?

However, as of January 2019, Google has stopped providing access to new website translator widgets. In addition, the Google Translate widget (which Google calls “Google Translate’s Website Translator”) is phasing out on websites where it is active now (as shown below).