A brower script which render ruby (furigana) on-the-fly.

  • Works on
    • Google Chrome (Tested only on Chrome 14 dev)
    • Firefox with GreaseMonkey (Tested only on Firefox 5.0, 7.0a1)
    • Opera (Tested only on Opera 11.50)
    • Safari with NinjaKit on Mac (Tested only on Safari 5.0 OSX 10.6.5)
    • Internet Explorer with Trixie (Tested only on IE8)
  • Now work with live contents like added comments and dedicated support to []{} format.
  • Option to choose strictness level (ruby mode)

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  • Option to hide ruby texts and convert those to hover texts
  • Option to hide rōmaji ruby texts

Note: using localStorage to store settings

For more info and download:

Note: If you are not sure how to install userscript, please take a look at http://stackapps.com/tags/script/info, and you may need to install again to get latest update.

More screen shots

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Note: I have cleaned up all comments to get cleaner look. –  YOU Sep 26 '11 at 1:41
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We have included this userscript as part of the core site to support rendering ruby (furigana) on-the-fly. I will be watching this post for any updates to this script. Thanks to YOU for his work on this thus far.

EDIT: I have made additional edits to this script - the options will now be located in the footer:

language options

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@YOU please download this version: dev.sstatic.net/js/third-party/japanese-l-u.js and use this as a starting point for future updates. –  Geoff Dalgas Sep 25 '11 at 18:06
    
Hi, I've added "em,strong" tag into parse list, supposed to be fixed this issue too. And created git repository for the update here - github.com/stackexchange-you/jlu –  YOU Oct 24 '11 at 15:35
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