Exactly what I was looking for! Highlights on the page, keeps the highlights, saves the highlights and saves the link to the page! BUT it did take a few minutes to understand how to use. A tutorial would be really helpful.
Other extensions provide the ability to highlight without secretly betraying the user's browsing behavior to third parties. LINER's extension description should either explicitly notify potential users that it does so or LINER should be withdrawn entirely!
This extention reports your browser usage to many 3rd party trackers including but not limited to facebook and twitter. I was wondering why I was getting twitter notifications about things I was recently researching. It was this extension that had leaked the info.
The add-on makes the browser connect to the following sites, and report browser usage on every page you visit to at least these domains; www.googletagmanager.com connect.facebook.net platform.twitter.com syndication.twitter.com staticxx.facebook.com
Turn on blocking of all third party cookies; the evidence shows up under content-blocked cookies.
I used to have a highlight extension that was as SIMPLE as this: Indicate what is to be highlighted...go to highlight icon and BOOM...it's highlighted. With Liner it's hit or miss...Mostly miss. Here's what I'm doing. I inicate what I want... then go to the toolbar and click the Liner Icon...then back to the passage and nothing happens...no highlight. I'm confused Please HELP
They changed the free highlighting color to be such a bright yellow that it is almost the same as white. This extension is now basically useless unless you pay to upgrade, because you can't really see the highlighting anymore.