|User since||Nov. 26, 2009|
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Rated 4 out of 5 stars
It is such a great program, I used it for my Russian correspondence all the time.
Unfortunately, it broke yesterday: The F2 toggle stopped working in my email text window.
I have windows 7, and haven't changed any settings in a while. The previous reviewer suggests this is an emoticon issue. I would switch off the emoticons if I knew how.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I have been using webpredict for about two months, to rate a variety of texts on the internet. My interests are fairly diverse. However, after about 20 ratings, the predictions became surprisingly accurate, especially in science and politics.
I set my defaults to "autopredict the current page" and "fade results". The prediction (a number between 1 and 10 in a green square) pops immediately after the text appears in the window. In case I strongly disagree with the prediction after reading the text, I rerate it. By now I would say that the predictions are about 80% accurate. This saves me a lot of unnecessary browsing. Thanks!
(If you use "autopredict the current page", sometimes it's necessary to use Ctrl-Alt-Shift-C to delete warning messages.)