Due to some change within Chrome I have had to release a minor update to the CutSpel extension. This release is now in the Chrome Webstore and the code change has been pushed to GitHub.
The site is now secure – the lets encrypt system is a breeze to set up these days. The only issue I had was updating all the hard coded links in the posts, but that only took me five minutes to do.
Here is how CutSpel looks on a paragraph taken from Wikipeadia on English language spelling reform. The CutSpel versions are one to one and half lines shorter. Tradition Spelling Modern English spelling developed from about 1350 onwards, when—after three centuries of Norman French rule—English gradually became…
I have created a CutSpel repository on Github for those interested in the source. It is released under a BSD/MIT license for those that care about this sort of thing.
I have posted CutSpel to the Chrome Webstore. Now to the fun job of trying to port it to FireFox and Safari! If anyone wants to join me in this activity I would love the help.