Add ruby/phonetic reading to the contents of the site displayed.
When you place a cursor on ruby/phonetic reading over a second, a pop-up balloon appears.
Clicking on a pop-up balloon will take you to a dictionary site.
You can choose which dictionary site to jump to in “Settings.”
A pop-up ballonn will disappear when a cursor stays away from ruby/phonetic reading for a second.
Clicking on texts will take you to a dictionary site.
Choose a web site or a text document to add ruby/phonetic reading.
When you check “text”, a window to enter texts will be displayed.
Copy sentences you want and paste them in the window.
When you click the “Process” button, sentences with ruby/phonetic reading will be displayed under “result”.
In Japanese, sound will be different in reading and speaking.
When “Reading” is checked, ruby/phonetic reading will be for reading sound.
When “Pronunciation” is checked, ruby/phonetic reading will be for speaking sound.
you can do settings
Add ruby/phonetic reading to other texts besides Kanji.
When you want to add ruby/phonetic reading to Hiragana and Katakana, check “Add ruby to Hiragana and Katakana”.
You can add ruby/phonetic reading to numbers and English letters.
When you check “Add ruby/phonetic reading to numbers”, ruby/phonetic reading will be added to numbers.
You can choose “Add ruby/phonetic reading to English letters” or “Add ruby/phonetic reading to both numbers and English letters”.
You can add ruby/phonetic reading to symbols.
Some web sites may not display texts correctly.
A page that requires text input may not display texts correctly and/or may not jump to a correct site.