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Note: If you have not used Huggle before, add the text enable:true to Special:MyPage/huggle.css on the project where you want to use Huggle. For example, if you are using Huggle on the English Wikipedia, go to en:Special:MyPage/huggle.css.


Current version (recommended)

Older versions can be found here:

Legacy version

Older versions can be found at


The main version is the version with the most features and the most up to date. The legacy version is the old Huggle, for which support is slowly being dropped.

Ubuntu and Linux distributions with snap

On all linux distributions with snap preinstalled (such as Ubuntu 16.04 and newer), Huggle can be installed as easily as this:

sudo snap install huggle


Running Huggle on Windows with High DPI displays (UHD)

Huggle dpi trick.png

If you have high DPI monitor and you are using scaling (you probably do), you need to reconfigure Huggle shortcut in order to run it properly, otherwise everything will be improperly sized:

  • First install Huggle
  • Then find the shortcut you use to launch it, for example the one in start menu and right click -> show location
  • In explorer, right click -> properties
  • Now change the highlighted settings as on picture (Override high DPI scaling -> System)


Optional, but recommended

  • IRC access (for recent changes feed)
  • Broadband or faster Internet connection