To use the bookmarklets, you'll have to drag the button into your bookmarks toolbar. A right-click → "save as bookmark" would also make it. Important is that it will be saved as a bookmark.
The bookmarklets work virtually with any browser on almost any web site except on Facebook.
Read more about what bookmarklets are.
By clicking the bookmarklet from your bookmarks toolbar, a dictionary menu will appear on your browser screen. Any word you enter in this menu (or any word you have selected from a web site before) can be looked up in one or more online dictionaries which are listed below the input field. You can also look up a specific word on a web site by selecting it with the cursor and then running the bookmarklet bookmarklet afterwards by clicking on it.
It's easiest to understand the concept of the bookmarklet by simply clicking this DEMO.
|OCS dicts||Old Church Slavonic dictionaries, corpora, Cyrillic input and transliteration. This bookmarklet supports research in Slavonic historical linguistics with focus on Old Church Slavonic and Old Russian. It offers a selection of lexical and grammatical dictionaries, corpora, a transliteration function and a virtual keyboard for historical Cyrillic characters.||DEMO|
|RU dicts||Russian mono- / bilingual dictionaries, corpora and transliteration||DEMO|
|BG/MK dicts||Bulgarian and Macedonian mono- and bilingual dictionaries||DEMO|
The bookmarklets display a virtual keyboard interface in almost any web site. Works on input and textarea fields.
|for Slavic studies, comprising Old Church Slavonic ("Словѣньскъ" >) and Glagolitic ("Ⰳⰾⰰⰳⱁⰾⰹⱌⰰ")||DEMO|
|for East European studies (all keyboards from Slavic studies plus keyboards from Eastern Europe and CIS)||DEMO|
You can change the keyboard's default language by adjusting
kblang=\'English\''; in the the bookmark, e.g.
The OCS font converting functions for websites are available as standalones:
OCS font Converts the current website on click for display with an Old Church Slavonic font
The bookmarklet gets a webfont from Ponomar Slavonic Computing and applies it to the current website. The default font "Monomakh Unicode". Adjust this by changing the order of the fonts within the bookmarklet's address. Available fonts are "Ponomar Unicode", "Pochaevsk Unicode", "Triodion Unicode", "Acathist", "Fedorovsk Unicode" and "Menaion Unicode". The common OCS fonts "KurKlim", "Bukyvede", "Kliment Std", "Dilyana" and "Lazov" are listed, too but have to be installed on the computer first.
OCS font dev Converts the current website on click for display with "FiraSlav", a monospaced OCS font for developers. All diacritical marks and combining letters are presented as spacing symbols and a monospaced appearance is maintained.
Author: Martin Podolak