Originally posted on, ‘Extreme Tech.’ http://goo.gl/FTVEch
Have you ever ended up on one of those awful websites where the text is saved as an image, preventing you from selecting or copying it? Or maybe you want to share the text from a comic, screenshot, or meme without painstakingly transcribing it? Now, with the Project Naptha browser extension, you can use your mouse to select the rasterized text from any image that you find on the web, and then paste that text elsewhere. You can also select the text and translate it into another language, or attempt to remove the text entirely (much like Photoshop’s Content-Aware Fill function)… Read More about Project Naptha here.