bq. Not only is Leo invaluable as youre trying to decipher that article in Der Spiegel or FAZ, it also enables registered users to enter the words they dont know into a little personal list and then to test themselves repeatedly on their chosen vocabulary. Leo is also very easy to integrate with Mozilla Firefox both by adding to the search engines box and this is really great by installing the ConQuery plugin so you can highlight the German text and then have the dictionary open with a translation in a new tab.
According to a commenter (Tobias of Fistful of Euros), LEO is also ‘Google-enabled, though only for google.de queries’, if you enter ‘de-en’ or ‘en-de’ as part of the search. I haven’t quite got that to work, but I see in the latest Firefox, although I have English in the language settings, the original Google toolbar takes me to Google.de, and on top of that the start page has a Google search bang in the middle, but where that takes me I don’t know. Ah yes, the first real hit for Bisamratte is for me, but before that is a link to take you straight to Leo.
(Thanks to Abnu for the link)