QuickWiki Shows Pop-Up Previews For Wikipedia Entries

Firefox: QuickWiki allows you to look up any word on Wikipedia when you’re browsing without having to open up a new tab by showing you a small pop-up when you Ctrl+click a word.

QuickWiki can be set to work with pretty much any key and click combination you like, and you can choose to lookup words in either Wiktionary or Wikipedia. It comes in handy if you want to get a quick summation of a word or concept without creating a new tab and leaving an article you’re reading. From our tests, it worked on every website and word that had an entry. Unlike the previously featured Chrome extension WikiPreview, QuickWiki separates itself by its ability to work anywhere on the web.

QuickWiki [Mozilla Add-Ons via Addictive Tips]

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