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Oliver S.

Adding related tags for refining search: plus symbol not visible - 45 views

adding related tag refine search symbol advertisement firewall suggestion Firefox Internet Explorer

started by Oliver S. on 01 Oct 09
  • Oliver S.
     
    Diigo allows adding related tags to a search by clicking on them. There is the choice between clicking on the tag itself, which starts a search for bookmarks with that tag alone, and - in previous versions - clicking on the plus symbol in front of the tag, which adds the tag to the current search. By doing this, I am able to refine my search continuously. I think you now know what I am talking about.

    In Diigo v3, there was a plus symbol in front of the tag as already mentioned above. At first, I thought this feature was missing in Diigo v4. However, it is actually there, it is just not easy to find because there is no plus symbol or any other symbol in front of the related tags. Instead, there is just some blank white space in front of the tag, which needs to be clicked for the tag to be added to the search.

    So, my suggestion is to add some kind of symbol in front of the related tags again, which shows that clicking there adds the tag to the search instead of replacing the current search tag.

    Or is this just my Web browsers? I tried with Firefox 3.5 and Internet Explorer 8.0 and couldn't see any symbol in front of the related tags.
  • Oliver S.
     
    Your screenshot shows exactly what I was expecting. Instead this is what I get:
    Free Image Hosting at www.ImageShack.us

  • Graham Perrin
     
    Oliver's image:

  • Graham Perrin
     
    > Does Firefox have an integrated ad control of its own?

    Not that I can see, but various extensions to Firefox might have the ability to suppress certain content.

    Re http://groups.diigo.com/group/Diigo_HQ/content/tag/Firefox%20AND%20FAQ
    try creating a second profile to see whether the problem is limited to your default profile.
  • Oliver S.
     
    That was it. I installed a clean version of Firefox in parallel and the problem was gone. Now I need to find out which of my numerous extensions causes this problem.
    Thanks for the tip and thanks for fixing my ImageShack URL.

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