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Thursday, December 12, 2013

There's a Diigo toolbar in my way...

The Diigo Capture and Annotate extension has been added to Chrome users at MMU. This is a great tool for sharing bookmarks, highlighting and annotating web pages, and more!

There is a "floating toolbar" that pops up when text is selected, and this can interfere with some web pages. To turn this feature off:
  1. Right-click on the Diigo icon (upper right in Chrome)
  2. Choose "Options"
  3. UNcheck the boxes for "Automatically show highlight and search mini-menu" and "Search your Diigo library when searching Google"
  4. Save
Pages will need to be refreshed if the toolbar is still showing.