Eloquent Software has released LiveDictionary 1.2.5, a Safari extension that adds fast, convenient dictionary lookups to the Web. “Once installed, it becomes a transparent part of Safari; point to a word with the mouse cursor, and its definition or translation appears in a popup window.” The extension offers a wide variety of dictionaries for technical terms, general language, and bilingual usage. Version 1.2.5 now uses exclusively public methods. This means no more crashes when Safari is updated. In addition, this release is updated to the latest release of EDICT Japanese-English dictionary. LiveDictionary is priced at US$25.