OverviewUnfortunately, whilst the herd is growing exponentially, there are still a few stragglers on the internet.

These stragglers will insist upon using archaic words like "everyone," and refuse to update their vocabularies. Combined with the internet's intrinsic lack of grammar, this can become quite irritating.

But fear not, for at last there is a solution! Ponify is a tool for converting everypony on the internet into a brony. With it you can enhance your internet experience, and say goodbye to all of that outdated language.

Ponify is a browser extension which uses intelligent adaptive case technologies to replace non-pony related words with ones that are pony-related. For example, words like "Everyone" will be replaced with "Everypony".

Ponify includes an extensive list of over 60 words by default. It is fully configurable and allows you to add and remove words from the list, as well as specify precisely which websites you want to be Ponified and which ones you don't.

Ponify Introductory VideoHere is a short introductory video to Ponify. It demos some of Ponify's many features and shows you how to use Ponify with Firefox and Chrome/Chromium. For instructions on how to use and configure Ponify with Opera and Safari, there is a second video available here: Link

Download Links
Firefox:Download Link
Chrome:Download Link
Opera:Download Link
General Userscript:Download Link


AvailabilityPonify is available for several major web browsers. There are browser extensions for Firefox and Google Chrome/Chromium. There is also a userscript available which can be used with many different browsers. Detailed installation instructions can be found below.

FeaturesPonify has a range of features designed to make your ponified experience as smooth as possible, and as customisable as possible. You can specify which words are ponified and how they are ponified, you can also specify which websites will be ponified and which ones won't. Below is a list of just some of the features available.

  • Customisable Word List
  • Customisable Website List
  • Blacklist or Whitelist Websites
  • Highlight Words that are Ponified
  • Custom Highlighting colours
  • Display tooltips with ponified words
  • Intelligent Adaptive Case replacements

Installation for FirefoxFirefox users can use the Ponify Firefox Add-on which is available here: Download Link

Chrome/ChromiumUsers of Google Chrome or Chromium can get the Ponify Chrome Extension from here: Download Link

OperaFor Opera users it's a little more complicated. I currently don't have plans to make a dedicated add-on for Opera, however if you still want to use Ponify then there is a userscript which can be installed by following these instructions. If you would rather watch a step-by-step tutorial, then you can watch the second Ponify introductory video (Link) and skip to the part where I demonstrate how to install it with Opera.

1) Download the user script from here: Download Link

2) Once you have downloaded the script, save it in a folder of your choice. The best bet is to put it somewhere where you won't accidentally delete it. If you have installed userscripts with Opera in the past, then you can simply put the script in the same folder as your other scripts and need not follow the rest of these steps.

3) The next step is to tell Opera where to find the script. To do this, open Opera and click on the main menu button, move down to settings and then click on preferences. Once the preferences window has appeared, click on the "Advanced" tab and then select "content" in the left pane. Once you have done this, click the "JavaScript Options" button on the right. This should open up another window. At the bottom of this window there should be a button which says "choose." Click it and then select the folder where you placed the script in step 2. Once you have done this, you can select "ok" on all open windows and Ponify should be installed.

For advanced information on how to configure the user script, please look at the "advanced documentation" section below. Note: It is not necessary to make any changes to the script, it should work as it is. However if you want to add or remove words from the list of replacements, or enable features such as highlighting, then configuration is necessary.

Installation for SafariThere is also no dedicated browser extension available for safari, and safari doesn't support userscripts natively. However, there is an extension for safari called NinjaKit. It's similar to Greasemonkey for Firefox, and allows you to use userscripts. You can download NinjaKit here: http://d.hatena.ne.jp/os0x/20100612/1276330696

Once you have downloaded and installed it, installing Ponify is a simple as clicking the following Link, and choosing "Install" when prompted. Download Link

Advanced DocumentationIf you have no prior experience with computer languages, then this section might be quite difficult to follow. It is recommended that you only use the userscript if there is no Add-on available for your browser. Should you be willing to tackle the task of configuring the user script then the following mini-tutorial should cover all of the basics. If you would rather watch a step-by-step video guide then I have also provided a brief tutorial in the second Ponify introductory video which can be viewed here: Link.

The user script defines several variables which determine the operation of Ponify. There are two arrays which contain a list of words and websites respectively. The former determines which words are ponified and the later determines which websites are ponified. In the case of the latter, there is also a variable which specifies how the list should be interpreted, whether it is a "blacklist" or a "whitelist." There is also a variable for both the highlighting mode and whether or not pseudo threading is enabled.

The first step is to open the user script in your favourite text editor. If you are using windows then I would recommend Notepad++. If you do not wish to download new software then Wordpad should be sufficient.

Firstly we will deal with the structure of the arrays for replacement words and websites, once you know the basics, the rest should fall into place. If you scroll down the file then you will say a large list of words and replacements which look something like and extended version of the following:
Ponify.replace = [
 ["someone", "somepony"],
 ["hand", "hoof"]
Adding a new word is as simple as duplicating one of the other replacements and changing the words. For example, say I wanted to add the word "human" to the list, I would end up with the following:
Ponify.replace = [
 ["human", "pony"],
 ["someone", "somepony"],
 ["hand", "hoof"]
Every entry in the array MUST be followed by a comma (,) except for the last one. Removing a word is as simple as deleting it. The order in which the words are listed has no effect on the operation of Ponify.

The website list is very similar in structure, but may be confusing at first sight since it is empty. By default, all websites are Ponified, but you may decide that there are some places that you don't want to be ponified such as Google Docs or another website where ponification might be distracting. Before adding websites to the list, you should first decide how you want the list to behave. There are two options, either every website that you put in the list WILL be ponified (whitelist), or every website that you put in the list WILL NOT be ponified (blacklist). If there are only a few websites which you want to be ponified, and all others to be ignored, then you should go for a white list. However, most people will probably want a blacklist.

You can set the type of list by modifying the variable "wlist_type" and changing it to either 1 or 0. "0" is a blacklist and "1" is a whitelist. eg.
Ponify.wlist_type = 1;
After having selected the list type, you can now add websites to the list. Here is an example of the structure of the array, you can follow the same basics steps and rules that were specified in the replacement section above.
Ponify.websites = [
The next step is to configure highlighting and tooltips. Highlighting and tooltips are all managed by one variable. There are four Highlighting modes: 0: No Highlighting, 1: Highlighting and Tooltips, 2: Tooltips Only, 3: Highlighting only. The second part of the highlighting variable contains the colour which text will be highlighted in. Here are a few examples and descriptions of what effect they would have.
Ponify.highlight = [1, "#777777'];
The above would enable both highlighting and tooltips and highlight all ponified text with a grey colour.
Ponify.highlight = [3, "#FF0000'];
The above would have only highlighting enabled and would highlight any ponified text in red.

The final variable left to configure is that which specifies whether pseudo threading is enabled. With most modern computers, this should not be necessary, however if you are experiencing a noticeable change in performance when using ponify then enabling this may help to solve the problem. Essentially, what it does is break up the task of ponifying a website into small chunks which are then processed one at a time. This prevents Ponify from locking up the browser if it is taking a long time to finish ponifying a page. Set the variable to either 1 or 0 respectively to enable or disable pseudo threading.
Ponify.pseudo_threading = 0;
This concludes the advanced documentation, if you have made it this far, then congratulations! If you have any suggestions, questions or comments, then please, do not hesitate to email me. You can find my email address on the contact page. If you make any changes to Ponify which significantly improve its performance or level of functionality, please consider emailing me your changed version so that I can continue to make Ponify even better for everypony!
Anonymous I'd like to inform you about a facebook page that has existed for this sole cause, you should really consider promoting it!

24 October 2011 at 07:03
FluttershyWorshipper just tried downloading this...says doesn't work with firefox 3.6.23 8( 24 October 2011 at 08:29
CommunistPrime Yeah, I've got the same problem with compatibility with Firefox. 24 October 2011 at 08:58
Anonymous It works. However disable the thing for input fields. It causes trouble with those. Especially on google. 24 October 2011 at 09:13
CommunistPrime No, I mean it won't install at all. Doesn't work with the latest version of Firefox. 24 October 2011 at 13:32
Anonymous Great app,

thought you may want to know this, but the default settings don't have the plural "women," "boys" or "girls" listed. It was easy to add at least, I'm only pointing out because it becomes glaringly obvious and curious when "men" alongside "man" was remembered, but not for women and the plurals of adolescents.

Thank you for your time in making this! Have a great day/afternoon/evening.
24 October 2011 at 14:12
Anonymous This would be the greatest thing ever.
...if it worked on the newest version of Firefox. Tempting to download an older version or Chrome just for this, but...
24 October 2011 at 17:23
Bpendragon I like the idea, but since I have the inability to run anything past FF 3.6.x I am slightly bummed, my bro has it running fine on 4 or 5 but I really would like to take it with me on my laptop. great idea (yeah I know other people have posted this) 24 October 2011 at 20:43
Ink Stream I'm having some serious issues with the replacement list only showing a single line at a time. I'm running firefox 7.0.1, and while it works perfectly, only showing the one line at a time is really preventing me from customizing.

Brilliant actual implication though, I love it. Especially the fact that I can disable entire domains or just individual sites.
25 October 2011 at 08:55
John Probably the greatest thing ever. 25 October 2011 at 10:19
MeTheGameMakingGuy May I suggest that the default replacements should include the f-bomb, replacing it with "buck" (and similar derived phrases such as "bucking")?

I can see that one may wish to keep the addon's list family-friendly and thus may wish to keep certain words out of it, but it may be preferable to make the entire Internet family-friendly instead.
26 October 2011 at 01:21
MeTheGameMakingGuy 'nother suggestion, this one no doubt more difficult to implement: article correction. When replacing a word preceded by the articles "a" or "an", said article should also be replaced if necessary to keep the sentence grammatically correct.

For example, I have the addon configured to replace "human" with "equine" (this works well with phrases like "only human"). If the phrase "a human" is detected, the word "human" will become "equine"; this is the current behaviour. Given article correction, the first letter of "equine" would then be checked, and found to be a vowel, thus "a" would be changed to "an" to produce "an equine".

Rather than checking the first letter, one could alternatively have an "a/an" selection attached to each replacement in the list, if this is preferable. This could also allow for words that only ever appear with the definite article ("the") or without articles.
26 October 2011 at 06:17
Ben @FluttershyWorshipper Yes, sorry about that. I didn't expect many people to still be using 3.6 when Firefox is at version 7, but I appreciate that some people like to stick with what works well. I'll look into making it compatible with older versions, but I can't promise anything. 26 October 2011 at 13:12
Ben @CommunistPrime It will now! I updated it all yesterday and it should work with Firefox 4 all the way up to Firefox 10 if you're using the nightly builds :) 26 October 2011 at 13:13
Ben @Anonymous It is actually disabled on input fields, it appears that google overlays the search field with a div, the content of which is updated as you type. It's a pretty good way of solving issues with cross-browser compatibility with form elements.

I considered adding a rule which prevented it from ponifying the div, but eventually decided against it, since it doesn't actually affect what you are googling.

Since you've brought it up, I'll think about possible ways to prevent this for future versions :)
26 October 2011 at 13:19
Ben @Anonymous Thanks for the comment and suggestion. I added the plurals to the default list for the latest version :) 26 October 2011 at 13:20
Ben @Anonymous It should work with the latest versions now! From Firefox 4 all the way up to version 10 if you are using the nightly builds. Thanks for the comment :) 26 October 2011 at 13:21
Ben @Bpendragon Sorry about that. I'm going to look into making it compatible with the older versions since I've received quite a few requests for this. 26 October 2011 at 13:22
Ben @Ink Stream That's strange. I am unable to reproduce the problem. I did do an update yesterday though which fixed a few problems with the replacement list, so that might have solved the problem.

If you can send me more information about what other add-ons you have installed which might be conflicting, I can do some tests and try to work out what the problem is.

Thanks for the comment, and sorry for the inconvenience.
26 October 2011 at 13:26
Ben @John Thanks for the comment, glad you like it :) 26 October 2011 at 13:26
Ben @MeTheGameMakingGuy Thanks! There are some fantastic suggestions there. I have plans to add a feature with advanced rules for replacements. This would allow users to have much more control over when and how words are replaced, including article-independence. Thanks for the comment and the great suggestion :) 26 October 2011 at 13:29
Anonymous this is SO AWESOME 26 October 2011 at 17:28
Anonymous http://img809.imageshack.us/img809/8059/ponify.png 27 October 2011 at 18:34
ButterflyPants It needs to change "chicken" to "scootaloo". 29 October 2011 at 15:16
x1Fuzzy1x Totally reblogged this! Hilarious app! 30 October 2011 at 02:11
Niccole Stopping in to say thank you and it is working on my FF now :) 30 October 2011 at 15:10
Conejo Pestilente *brohoof* 4 November 2011 at 10:38
AlonzoDaCookie My god. You just ponified teh internetz. 4 November 2011 at 11:11
Logibear im having trouble getting to the download because sophos is bein' a bitch.
it says "Location: bena.mooo.com/download.php
Access has been blocked as the threat Mal/HTMLGen-A has been found on this website."
anyways i just want to know how to disable sopos because i cant seem to find how anywhere on the internet "\
4 November 2011 at 15:50
Applebloom Woah. I love you so much. I shall now go read a horror story online and see what i looks like now. 4 November 2011 at 16:06
aqua I'm using the extension now and I love it! Thank you very much! I agree with MeTheGameMakingGuy, though: more control over grammar would be awesome. It seems like a small thing, but having the wrong article attached to a word bugs me. I also suggest being able to override auto-capitalization based on whether or not the original word was capitalized. For instance, I have changed "god" to "Celestia", but if the original word "god" isn't capitalized, then the resulting "Celestia" isn't either. It would be nice to see our good princess' name always capitalized. However, usually the auto-capitalization feature works perfectly. Thanks again for this! I'm loving it. 4 November 2011 at 21:34
Anonymous I like this way more than I should. 5 November 2011 at 15:04
Anonymous Work's fine on my fire fox ^_^ thank you so much!!!!!!! *brohoof* 5 November 2011 at 17:11
Moshalas Impressive work there. Makes the web look more pony than I expected. However, it doesn't seem to account for words which may be joined together or mis-spelt. 6 November 2011 at 01:23
Anonymous You sir, are a genius.

Why nopony else thought of this before is beyond me.

7 November 2011 at 03:56
Patrick I tried to make "guy" change to "pony" in all cases except "guys and girls," "guys and gals," "a guy or a girl," and "guy or girl." But it just changed them all to pony. Is there some way to prioritize the replacements, so that the more complicated replacements are a higher priority than the less complicated ones? Other than that, this is pure genius! 7 November 2011 at 17:06
Flutterguy I have a list of words to add--um, you know, if that's okay...

baby -> weanling
bastard -> mule
bitch -> hinny
young adult(s) -> young pony(ies)
below the belt -> behind the bit
bigfoot -> bighoof
bro -> brony
brah -> brahny
car -> wagon (Season 2 episode 5 01:55)
eat -> graze on
eating -> grazing on
ebay -> enay (from hub promo)
facebook -> ponybook (from hub promo)
footprint(s) -> hoofprint(s)
fucker(s) -> bucker(s)
go to hell -> get banished to the moon
in the flesh -> in the flank
kid(s) -> yearling(s)
okie-dokie (and variants) -> okie-dokie-loki
pony fag/ponyfag -> [hater detected! arm friendship beam!]
pussy(ies) -> gelding(s)
shit -> manure
the elderly -> elder ponies
yahoo -> yahoof (hub promo)
4chan -> 4hoof (hub promo)

The following suggestions are a little controversial. No offense is intended:

christ/jesus -> star swirl the bearded
god -> celestia
satan -> discord
nigga -> zebro
7 November 2011 at 20:51
Patrick spring cleaning -> winter wrap up 8 November 2011 at 06:55
Telofy hula hoop -> loop-de-hoop (spelling from transcript)
French -> Fancy
Viagra -> Heart’s Desire (possibly)
12 November 2011 at 15:53
Anonymous Why, Why does my computer use its fancy mathematics to keep me away from this amazing creation? What with its 'CRX_FILE_NOT_READABLE', Who is plotting against me? 17 November 2011 at 19:56
HPA I reeeeally want this! but nooooo!

My stupid Apple [acres] laptop is all like "Ponify 0.96 could not be installed because it is not compatible with Firefox 3.6.22." And the newest V of Firefox wont download...
Can Anypony help me?
1 December 2011 at 12:43
Starfiish I'm using Safari 5.1.1 and Ponify is working splendidly on sites like Wikipedia...but...it refuses to work on sites like Facebook, Imgur, and YouTube and I don't know why. Can anypony lend a hoof and help me fix the problem? 6 December 2011 at 01:31
Sharakan I recently installed this on my firefox and it works exactly as described but i've noticed that eversince then my browser starts to lag everytime i open a new tab or page. I know it's ponify that's causing the problem because when i disable it and open a bunch of tabs it doesn't lag. I was wondering if anypony else has noticed this as well and wheather or not theres a solution besides stop using it and/or changing browser.
14 December 2011 at 08:47
Anonymous Have brand new super computer and as this is, it lags the hell out of page loads. I feel like I'm back on my old 939, seriously. You got some sort of infinite loop in the code or something. 13 January 2012 at 19:04
Anonymous I really really REALLY want to download this but it's not compatible with the latest Firefox D: Is there maybe a way this can be fixed? 14 January 2012 at 18:57
Mono $hill So I noticed your app is GPL'd. I'd like to modify it to suit my own needs, where do you host the source code? 17 January 2012 at 16:47
Eridius Ponify just turned the word "mention" into "stallionstion". I don't think that's correct. 18 January 2012 at 15:39
Anonymous could you add the following features ?
-support for wildcards: any character, one character, end of word

- export/import word list

also would love to use it on android
29 January 2012 at 15:57
Anonymous I have a few suggestions:

finger(s) - hoof(ves)
thumb(s) - hoof(ves)
arm(s) - leg(s) OR front leg(s)
toe(s) - hoof(ves)
butt(s) - flank(s)
fingerprint(s) - hoofprint(s)
fingerpaint(s, ed, ing) - hoofpaint(s, ed, ing)
firefox - firepony OR firefilly
childish - foalish
childishly - foalishly
Christmas - Hearth's Warming
Valentine's Day - Hearts and Hooves Day
lady - filly (only the plural form is in there, not the singular)
nay - neigh
handshake(s) - hoofshake(s)
madman(men) - madpony(ies)
fingering(s) - hoofing(s)
footing(s) - hoofing(s)
foothold(s) - hoofhold(s)
leg(s) - hind leg(s) OR back leg(s)

Also, instead of "money - bits", how about "dollar(s) - bits(s)"?

One more thing, if you put in a word, and a phrase with that word in it, it will only change the word and ignore the rest of the phrase. For example, if I put in "I am smart - We are cool" and "smart - dumb" it will change smart to dumb EVERYWHERE, including the phrase that the other one was supposed to change, so I wind up with "I am dumb". Not really too major of an issue, as there are ways around it, but it is rather annoying.

Hope this helps!
15 February 2012 at 12:47
Anonymous Just putting down something is entertaining. I put down Kill Everybody and It put kill Everypony it was so funny! And I put man And one of the videos said Taco-Stallion 20 February 2012 at 09:17
Anonymous Oh disable ponify when you read my comment abou skrlex 20 February 2012 at 09:18
Anonymous The download link is broken. 21 February 2012 at 20:58
Nuclear Brony I can't get this to work. Is there something I should turn off to allow it to? 16 March 2012 at 16:25
Nuclear Brony Fixed. Nevermind. 16 March 2012 at 16:35
Unknown It downloaded but I can't get it to install! 16 March 2012 at 20:33
Anonymous Great addon. I found this page looking for a way to do something like this: http://xkcd.com/1031/

After leopardizing the internet I stumbled over some restrictions of your otherwise fabulous code-crafted addon:

- substitution of words containing umlauts (äüö) does not work. Perhaps other non-standard characters are also affected?
- two-way changing of two words seems not to work. (e.g. changing human -> pony and changing pony -> human at the same time)
19 March 2012 at 13:47
mathrick I'd like to request the ability to fine-tune the blacklisting for specific substitutions depending on the website. Hopefully it won't be unreasonably work-intensive, but it would come in handy if when reading, say, http://www.twogag.com you were able to tell it not to replace "Guy" with "Stallion", whilst enjoying the otherwise ponified comments. 7 April 2012 at 05:25
Anonymous Why not add a function to backup the list? 7 April 2012 at 19:13
Anonymous I'm sure I'm just stupid or something, but I'm on google chrome and I have updated my word list how I would like and everything, and put the sites I would like for this to work on, but it isn't working. Can anypony help me out? 11 April 2012 at 18:06
Anonymous why is this a thing 29 April 2012 at 21:45
Astron Sadly, this extension completely ruins ponyformance in my Firepony 12 (Linux, about ~130 tabs open)... well, I guess I that's not to wonder. 9 May 2012 at 14:09
Anonymous In the Customise Toolbar window in Firefox, the Ponify item appears as two back buttons, a forward button, a stop button, a reload button, a home button, and a downloads button. What. 17 May 2012 at 20:44
Anonymous how do you uninstall this application? 1 July 2012 at 15:30
Anonymous There's a little bit of a thing where replacing a two letter word with a longer one, if the original is capitalized, makes the capitalization of the resulting word all wonky. For example, To becomes FrOM. Is this a known issue? 23 July 2012 at 20:36
Anonymous It's not working on my computer. Like, I can install it, and I can use the application fine, but when I go to one of the websites I listed, the words won't be replaced. 24 July 2012 at 03:40
Roxy I need an iPod app for this, because I can't download things with Safari on iPod. Could you think of working on that? If you don't, it's fine, really. 24 July 2012 at 11:53
Nautiloidea Mine was working for the first hour or so that I had it, but it just suddenly stopped. I've tried deselecting and reselecting 'ponify this page/domain', and I've disabled and enabled it, but the icon stays gray instead of black, and it's doing nothing. 26 July 2012 at 02:53
Anonymous So I'm trying to customize Ponify and everything else looks great but the website and replacement lists are both giving me only one line and not letting me scroll up or down, I'm running Firefox 14.0.1 on mac OSX, here's a screencap: http://i.imgur.com/Uc1Fm.png 27 July 2012 at 11:20
Anonymous It's not working for me. I have the latest version of Chrome and nothing is happening. 27 July 2012 at 23:05
Neurotoxin Will ponify have any connection to information I enter into something such as a Username or Password bar? Does it affect text that is typed into one of those? 2 August 2012 at 18:16
Anonymous I have the latest version of Chrome and can't download it either 3 August 2012 at 18:43
Kitty I love this and use it a lot on tumblr but on chrome i can only do it on one page, if i want to do another page i have to remove the other and replace it with the one i want which is annoying :/ 2 September 2012 at 09:39
Anonymous is there any reason why i can't download? i mainly use Chrome, but it won't find the download link page. i even tried it on FF, but it couldn't find the FF link either. PLZ fix this so we can download this!!! 2 October 2012 at 16:02
Anonymous cant download :( 19 October 2012 at 19:59
Anonymous Download links are broken (except Chrome). 6 November 2012 at 19:16
Anonymous I am not able to access any of the links, they are all unavailable for some reason. 23 November 2012 at 23:36
Anonymous I can't get it for Chrome. My computer says 'The requested URL /download.php was not found on this server.' 5 January 2013 at 13:51
Anonymous All download links are showing a Error 404 on Firefox... 7 January 2013 at 12:19
Databyte B download links from the youtube page were updated and work at the moment

chrome: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/ponify/kaelfbndbnpddlehfmbhjnphpjljegae
Firefox: http://lh.rs/b78o7AWIzwWZ
Chrome: http://lh.rs/qkSp7S3mRdg2
Opera: http://lh.rs/454myIyNT5px
Userscript: http://lh.rs/WOXJTqDoXZ7v
12 January 2013 at 20:20
Anonymous Moo 30 January 2013 at 13:48
Michal Kundrát Firefox 19.0, it is't doing anything :( 5 March 2013 at 14:30
Michal Kundrát Okay, so GreaseMonkey script is working, add-on isn't.
It looks like perfect script :3
6 March 2013 at 01:52
Holly Jones So I accidentally deleted all the words in the replacement list... I don't know how to get them back!? I've tried deleting the extension and re-downloading. I hasn't worked. HELP!? 6 March 2013 at 12:24
Jamie Beecher Is there a download link for Internet Explorer? 7 March 2013 at 21:00
Alex Walker Hey...great and new feature that i had read about no where else...Congrats...Keep Going!!!

Useful Link-Firefox not working

21 March 2013 at 01:53
Anonymous do u even lift fite me irl 23 March 2013 at 09:49
burningflag I put in the list almost 3,000 words or expressions.
I can't live without Ponify anymore.
please give us Ponify for Android, master.
and replacement list save function.
1 April 2013 at 13:14
Indiana Rice Great extension. Could use an import/export word list option. 1 April 2013 at 22:20
Anonymous It says "apps, extensions, and user scripts canoot be added from this website" on chrome for me. 5 May 2013 at 10:30
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4 June 2013 at 06:25
Twilight Sparkle Let me just say something real quick to anypony reading this message:

If you decide to use Ponify to change your name to a pony name (i.e. my name to Twilight Sparkle), DISABLE PONIFY FOR ANY WEBSITES THAT REQUIRE PAYMENT INFORMATION.

My dad decided to go on Amazon using my computer account and my browser and his order declined because it was to be sent to and paid by "Edward Sparkle". It's funny, but it's also embarrassing at the same time. XD
4 June 2013 at 14:10
Anonymous Using the Opera script. The blacklist function works, but the whitelist doesn't. 31 July 2013 at 21:29
Anonymous Hallu, I really, really love the idea of this guys. I salute you.

But I actually came here not only to thank you, but to ask you if there's been any problems when trying to use it with the latest version of firefox, since it's happening to me. It just won't download.

And I would really love to use this. Anyways, thanks again for the amazing idea.
14 August 2013 at 21:49
Anonymous The server at bena.mooo.com is taking too long to respond. I, using the latest version of Firefox, cannot download Ponify. Is there a problem with the download site or is it just the browser? 17 August 2013 at 15:28
Anonymous bena.mooo.com isn't loading. Is there a reason this addon isn't on addons.mozilla.org, where it would always be available? 19 August 2013 at 19:47
Ben Sorry guys. I've updated the links and it should be working again now. 11 September 2013 at 18:40
Anonymous Very delectably made, good sir.... 27 September 2013 at 07:06
Anonymous So when i try using ponify on tumblr it doesn't work, is there some extension conflicts i should know about? (like for example, does ponify work with xkit) and if there's no conflicts, what could be the reason why the program isnt working? is it case sensitive? 30 November 2013 at 17:33
Winx Ology Some ideas for the plugin (I am already using them. just some ideas to include by default): fairytale/fairy tale = ponytale
fist bump = brohoof
poison = salt
poison oak = poison joke
ass = flank
sonic boom = sonic rainboom
5 March 2014 at 03:59
Anonymous The link for Google Chrome doesn't seem to be working. It downloads as a crx file and Chrome proceeds to say 'Apps, extensions, and user scripts cannot be added from this website.' 12 March 2014 at 22:47
Anonymous You know I'd love to be able to use this in Chrome, but Chrome has to go and disable all add ons that are not from the Web Store :( 5 June 2014 at 07:39
ace-awesome Would it be possible to get this uploaded to the Chrome web store so that it can be used on Chrome again? I miss having this installed, and would like to see it again on Chrome. 15 June 2014 at 19:47
gement Poke. Poke. Hey. Another Chrome straggler who would like to be able to Ponify all the things. Can we get it in the web store? Only web store apps seem to be allowed, and I can't find a workaround. 18 June 2014 at 15:35
Trickster Just to let all my fellow Chrome stragglers know, I tried to use the developer mode circumvention to install this, and it said that there was an error with one of the components. Something about the new version of chrome being incompatible with it. So it seems that it's not quite as simple as just importing it to the web stored, the author will probably have to work out the issue first. 24 June 2014 at 18:08
Anonymous Anon here would love it if the download link could be fixed :)
I'm currently unable to access it... :c
26 June 2014 at 11:45
Anonymous This thing is awesome! I love it! But, how do you access settings? 21 July 2014 at 08:34
Koda Mae how do I unponify? 3 November 2014 at 17:01
Anonymous Broines are cancer 16 November 2014 at 11:45
Trickster The problem has reappeared. Ponify is no longer in Chrome store and can't be installed outside of dev mode (it looks like installation worked earlier this month?, so I assume this is a recent change). I'll try to poke the author. 28 November 2014 at 05:14
Anonymous Normally the word "hands" will be changed to "hooves", but sometimes it changes "hands over" to "hooves over" which sounds a bit strange. How do I solve this? 17 December 2014 at 05:25
Anonymous please put this into chrome webstore so it wont get deleted when i use disc cleanup and i wont have to retype my list 26 December 2014 at 17:43
Anonymous I have to reinstall every time i open chrome 26 December 2014 at 17:52
Anonymous No thank you. While it is a cool little add-on, I have enough trouble with accidentally slipping pony words into my speech in the human world 18 January 2015 at 20:55
Anonymous upload to chrome web store! chrome's update makes it impossible to install it otherwise 22 March 2015 at 06:23
Grace Grapello Yeah, just going to second all the requests for ponify to be put on the chrome web store. I even managed to get it on my extentions page but chrome won't allow it to run because it is too suspicious. 3 April 2015 at 06:38
Anonymous Just inputting that we need it on the chrome store. Sorry to keep bugging you about it, but i like this and I can't use it, so I'm frustrated! 16 April 2015 at 21:41
Anonymous So Chrome updated and now we can't use any extensions that aren't in the web store, is there any way you or someone you know could upload it there for us? 11 June 2015 at 12:27
Anonymous I wish there's was a way it can but ported to Android phones as well it would be epic and nice as well 30 August 2015 at 05:45
Anonymous Didn't work at first and then I started to notice ponified words creeping into the strangest of places. Then I realised that it was actually working. 4 September 2015 at 05:51
Anonymous I heard a lot about Ponify but never gotten around to use it until now. I tried to install it but Chrome won't allow so I use Word Replacer II. Please someone tell me if this has any issues.

And if the author can't put it in the Chrome Store, pls don't bug them about it. This post was made in 2011 so I assume the author has moved on. I heard Chrome charges authors too to put their works in the store so keeping on asking about it seems a little rude.
20 September 2015 at 16:57