- Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternenvon Doncho Angelov, vor 6 JahrenGreat productivity extension. Using them for years, excellent replacement of Delicious. I hope the business model survives, it'll be hard to find a replacement for these ones!
- Bewertet mit 4 von 5 Sternenvon llamerr, vor 6 JahrenUpdated:
With next update which I manually installed because old Firefox wasn't updating plugins anymore, new setting appeared that allowed me to disable those video annotations. So now I can give it 4 stars. It still have toolbar removed and now to add bookmark I need to click too many times to go through all those steps you was able to skip previously, but it's not that big of a problem.
Give you 5 stars? Hell no. I don't care about your annotations and you still showing me that Capture icon on youtube player, and there is no option to remove that damn button. And yes, I disabled everything else related to annotation in settings, but I still see that annoying button.
- Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternenvon Firefox-Benutzer 12218060, vor 6 JahrenBeen using Diigo forever. Glad it works beautifully on this hugely modified version of Firefox. Good to see that lower case d icon on the menu bar.
- Bewertet mit 4 von 5 Sternenvon Harryi3t, vor 6 JahrenI have been using Diigo for a long time. This has been very useful. I don't have to re read the document again when I come back to it.
Please add a menu option to open the otherwise impossible (using mouse) "Annotation Toolbar"
For a long time my workaround was to do a dummy highlight, that would trigger the toolbar to show up and then I would delete the dummy highlight.
Now I know there is a keyboard shortcut for it "ctrl+alt+a" but for a new user or even an old user who has forgotten it, this becomes so much difficult. Now I have also learnt that in the options settings, one can set it to open the toolbar by default and I think this setting should be enabled by default.
Anyway adding this option to the toolbar should only help and not cause any issue.
- Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternenvon Naved, vor 6 JahrenFantastic app well worth paying for. The extension works flawlessly and greatly enhances my experience on the internet.
As a side note: It would be very convenient to have a quicker way to turn off seamless annotation pop-up -- going to settings is a bit cumbersome to turn it off for the few websites where it is not necessary at all. (or, maybe there could be a blacklist of websites where it is always disabled?)
- Bewertet mit 1 von 5 Sternenvon Firefox-Benutzer 13456904, vor 6 JahrenI've been using this extension for years. But I had to disable it because is breaking something within the browser for visual formating to XML files.
When diigo extension is disabled, everything works fine. I work a lot with XML files. So if I have to choose (as I did) I go with natively formated XML.
Hope you can fix this.
- Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternenvon Firefox-Benutzer 13449513, vor 6 JahrenExcellent for annotating the web and even just for bookmarking.
I much prefer this to "pocket" thanks to it's "tag sifting" functionality and now the Firefox add-on is as nice as the Chrome one... it's perfect!
- Bewertet mit 3 von 5 Sternenvon Fabien , vor 6 JahrenCould you please clarify why do you need to access googleapi data , account.google data and clipboard data?
As specified by an other comment i'm worried about my privacy and I could'nt find any decent technical explications about why do you need those new permissions..
I saw that you're now able to read pdf files from Google Drive so I understanf it's linked but what do you have access exactly? Is it possible to deactivate this option?
I'm not upgrading until I do not have clear and sound answers.
Antwort des Entwicklersgeschrieben am vor 6 JahrenSorry for the late reply. Those permissions are needed to use some features: access and open PDF from Google Drive, sign in via Google, copy selected text ( in text view, in PDF, in annotations list view).