How to Disable Microsoft Translator on Twitter
Twitter added Microsoft’s Bing Translator to any tweet that is in a language other than your default selected language. This sounds like it would be a good feature; however, Bing’s translation function leaves a lot to be desired and many people would rather not see it at all. This is because the translations simply do not work in most cases. Technology revolving around language translation is still quite poor due to the fluid nature of languages making it difficult for direct translation.
Download the extension “Disable Bing Translator on Twitter.” Perform an internet search for, “Disable Bing Translator on Twitter extension.” This will direct you to a Chrome extension that will quickly eliminate Bing Translator.
Add the extension to Chrome.Click the “add to Chrome” button. When the process is complete, Bing Translations will be blocked the next time you open your browser.
Close Chrome and then Reopen it.The next time you go to Twitter, the Bing Translator globe icon will be eliminated entirely.
Download AdBlock.Perform a quick internet search for AdBlock. It should be the first link you see. AdBlock is a popular extension that removes advertisements from your web experience. It can be configured to remove Bing Translator on Twitter.
Access AdBlock options via your browser.Every browser will be different, but you will need to find your AdBlock options within your addons / extensions.
- Firefox: Click on the menu button (three horizontal lines). Then click “Add-ons” and on the Add-ons Manager tab, click the “Extensions and Appearance” button. Find AdBlock and click options.
- Chrome: Click on the settings button (three horizontal lines). Then click “Settings” and then “Extensions.” Find AdBlock and click options.
Add a custom filter.Once you’re in AdBlock options, look along the top for “filter lists” and click on it. At the bottom of the screen, you will see a field named, “Custom Filter Lists.” Add the following URL: twitter.com/i/translations/*
Close your browser and then reopen it.As long as you keep AdBlock active, you will not see Bing Translate again.
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