If you highlight a word and choose "define" you get a dictionary definition of the word. If you highlight a sentence or more than 1 word you "look it up" . How hard is this to understand?I'm sorry but "Look Up" instead of "Define" is just dumb.
Dumb, dumb, dumb, dumb, dumb dumb dumb.
Whenever I read it, it reads like a command. "Look up, lift your head up."
I mean, who thought of this? Who thought this was a good idea?
I tried to ignore it, but it just became too much for me. I don't want to look it up, I want to Define it.
I personally don't care either way, but for me whether you select a word or several words, it still says "look up"If you highlight a word and choose "define" you get a dictionary definition of the word. If you highlight a sentence or more than 1 word you "look it up" . How hard is this to understand?
can i see a screenshot of what you're seeing? "Look Up" just shows the dictionary definition and an additional button for "search web" (though i do see what you mean about the background)I'm less concerned with the name change and more concerned with the fact look up is a POS. I miss easy and simple definitions. I never seem to get the definition of a word anymore. Just search results, irrelevant news articles and such. Drives me nuts as I used this often. It's also ugly now, with that hideous translucent background.
I see. That's controlled by settings --> general --> spotlight search --> suggestions in look up (enable / disable accordingly)
All of that inside the clipboard? No wonder clipboard causes safari to freeze. No I just wanted that dictionary. Not to surf the web from the freaking clipboard. That's what safari is for.....But it is MORE than define. Not only do you get the definition you get other things like Wikipedia, suggested websites, App Store, Maps, Music, etc.
Define does NOT define all of this. It is more of a Lookup.
Which is completely crazyWhen I do this and turn it off, instead of the extra stuff I was getting (no definition either), I just get nothing but the search web button
Really? People do vote a while for new stuff but only people thinking that is a good idea would vote to keep it later, unless that one is an Apple fanatic.People are just voting for it because it's new. Even though they don't use it. If Apple changed it back to Define, they would vote for that.