duoleavemealone for Duolingo is a featured Chrome extension by Dan Erat. It has 695 weekly active users and an average rating of 4.56. duoleavemealone for Duolingo is similar to Duolingo Appearance and Duolingo Progress Bar. The latest version is 0.29 and was updated 4 months ago. duoleavemealone for Duolingo is only available in English. Within Chrome Web Store, its overall ranking is #27946.
This extension makes the Duolingo.com language-learning site faster to use by automatically clicking through interstitial screens displayed after entering correct answers or finishing lessons. These screens' messages are displayed briefly onscreen instead.
Duo's motivational messages are also skipped, because everyone already knows that you are great! :-D (Note that Duolingo now provides a setting for disabling motivational messages, which is more reliable than this extension's detection logic.)
Since this extension interacts the Duolingo site, it's unfortunately likely to stop working if (or when) the site's interface is updated.
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Very useful extension which can make Duolingo more fun to use.
I have 3 suggestions:
1. I'd like to have the option of clicking on the "bubble" for it to stay, so you can go to the Discussion tab, revisit the answer and so on.
2. At the end of a lesson you can usually review the mistakes you made and the lesson in general.
If you could add this option to the "bubble" at the end showing your total xp and level, that would be great :)
3. I'd like to have a fast option to temporarely disable this extension, because maybe you want to see the feedback boxes/ end feedback in a particular lesson, so you'd be able to stop and start the extension just with 2/3 clicks.
With those additions Duolingo would definitely be a lot more fun to use without losing any of the features.
I hope you can fulfill my wishes :)
This is an amazing extension in my opinion. I like how the little bubble pops up and tells you how you did instead of the default box DuoLingo uses. I like the overall look and how I don't have to skip over that pesky feedback screen anymore. One thing I will say though, is that when I'm reading a story in night mode, the words disappear after the narrator speaks them.
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